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On March 28th a group of of will be busting out our plaid to represent the Fitness by Sarah Taylor community by taking part in an axe throwing fundraiser for the Toronto Rape Crisis Center/ Multicultural Women Against Rape.

Are we good at axe throwing? We don’t know yet…

Does it matter? No. No, it does not.

Why not? Because either way it’s a great cause!  

To help us reach our fundraising goal and raise even more money for such an important cause, we are hositing a fundraising event!  Here are the details:

Saturday, March 21st - 12-2pm  - Retro Workout and Party at our Studio

Join us for a fun, 80's and 90's Themed workout with our trainers

Pay what you can at the door - suggested minimum $10 donation or donate online to our team

100% of proceeds will go towards the Toronto Rape Crisis Center/Multicultural Women Against Rape. 

We'll have Raffles, Games, 50/50 draw, photobooth and so much more!

Bring your donations with you and let's workout and party for a great cause!

Register Today!

Note: It is FREE to register for the event, donations to be made at the door and at the event.  If you do not have a Mindbody Account, you will need to create your free account to register for the event.  Can't wait to see you!

 

If you are unable to attend, please conside making a donation below

 

 

A Little Bit More About The Cause 

Not So Random Axe of Kindness is an annual fundraiser for TRCC/MWAR: a grassroots, women and non-binary-run collective that provides a wide range of free services to all survivors of sexual violence, their family members and friends, including a 24-hour crisis line, counseling, advocacy and support groups. They are the only rape crisis centre in Toronto, and support thousands of survivors every year.

To support our team (the Axe Broads) please consider making a donation

Donate Now!

All donations over $3 are eligible for a tax receipt via Canada Helps.

The Axe Broads are members of Fitness By Sarah Taylor, a body-positive gym for women in downtown Toronto. We know how empowering it is to have a supportive community space for women, which is why we're raising money for TRCC/MWAR's vital work.

The Axe Broads are: Amanda McQuillin, Andrea Thompson, Daniela Luchetta, Kerry Riordan, Megan Jones, Miranda Peebles, Nicole Martin, Sarah Taylor, Siobhan Özege

To watch us throw axes and take names you can follow Not So Random Axe of Kindness on Instagram or Facebook and I’ll be sure to share some photos and videos too!

 Please give only if you can. All support, financial and moral, is hugely appreciated 🙂