GoodLife Kids Foundation HENRY BERG IMPACT AWARD

Finalists for the GoodLife Kids Foundation Henry Berg IMPACT Award are chosen for their efforts to promote and support the Foundation’s mission in their Club environments and their initiative to represent the Foundation through outreach in their communities.

Congratulations to our finalists for their dedication to helping more Canadian kids live a fit and healthy good life!

2016 Award Winner 

And the Winner is…

2016 Award Finalists

  • Cindy Chan, AGM,
    London King & Wellington
  • Jean Reis, Group Fitness Instructor, Toronto North York
  • Alyssa Tucker, GM,
    Belleville Quinte
  • Kim Harvey, Group Fitness Manager, British Columbia
  • Sherri Swayne, Group Fitness Instructor, Calgary

kim harveyKim Harvey, Group Fitness Manager, British Columbia

Kim’s commitment to GoodLife Kids Foundation has grown significantly over a number of years. Kim is the definition of a GoodLife Associate volunteer who is passionate about GoodLife Kids as she is involved well beyond Spin4Kids. Kim makes herself available to represent GLKF in a number of communities in BC, finds organizations to receive funding through our Grant Program, and assists with recruiting Coaches for our GoodLife4Kids School Program as well as introducing the program to schools.

In the words of Kim’s nominees regarding her involvement with Spin4Kids:

"Kim’s passion for Spin4Kids and GLKF is contagious to the point where we never thought of it as work but more something we wanted to do.  She helped connect us to why we are so fortunate to work for GoodLife, a company that gives back to the community and to supporting kids in their growth in a healthy lifestyle. Every club in our region was involved in Spin4Kids in some special way thanks to Kim."

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