BE CARES FUND

Personal training and fitness is the magic pill!  Studies show that it helps with mood, mental clarity, weight management, muscle hypertrophy, strength, and a host of other beneficial effects.  

The BE Cares Fund was designed to help clients and potential clients that are going through hardships reach their health and fitness goals without having to worry about the cost.  Lets face it, health is expensive, but we want to be able to offer this aspect of health to anyone.  The BE Cares Fund helps accomplish this.

Over BE's 18 years in business we've volunteered numerous hours towards helping many clients reach their goals.  With your donation BE can help reach more people in need of health and fitness.

Spring/Summer 2019 Event

Please join us for our Spring/Summer BE Cares Event to benefit Mary’s Shelter in Bethlehem. We will be holding a Group Fitness Class on Saturday, June 15th at 9:30. The fee to join the class will be an item from the Mary’s Shelter Wish List (click link below for wish list) and/or a tax deductible donation made out to Mary’s Shelter. We will begin collecting items from Mary’s wish list on Monday, May 13th and continue through June 15 during our Group Fitness Class.

Saving lives two at a time, Mary's Shelter provides residential and non-residential services for pregnant women and women with newborns who are in need of a supportive environment because of a lack of suitable housing or favorable family relationships. While caring for women in need, Mary's Shelter prepares mothers with newborns for independent living and a vision of hope for the future.

Services available to women supported by Mary's Shelter include temporary housing, individual and group counseling, assistance coordinating prenatal care, formal education, future housing and budget counseling. On site classes help develop parenting skills, interpersonal relationship skills and housekeeping skills. The primary goals for women supported by Mary’s Shelter include a healthy pregnancy, a successful enrollment in and/or completion of high school, current grade level or GED program. As well as active participation and completion of in-house courses on prenatal care, parenting and life skills training. Referrals to appropriate transitional or permanent housing agencies are made as well.