Iron Lion Fitness, a boutique fitness studio in Wellington that offers personal training, indoor cycling, yoga and a weight-loss program, will be hosting its second annual Ryde for Autism — a special charity event featuring food, drinks, music and cycling for a good cause.
The event will be held on Sunday, April 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Iron Lion Fitness Studio (10660 W. Forest Hill Blvd., Suite 160, Wellington).
Admission is complimentary, but attendees are encouraged to donate a minimum of $10 per Ryde to benefit The Palm Beach School for Autism.
“This is a great opportunity for Palm Beach County locals to come out and support the Palm Beach School for Autism,” said Seth Kaufmann, co-owner of Iron Lion Fitness. “Our goal is to raise money for ‘One Piece at a Time, a campaign to support the Palm Beach School for Autism’s new facility in Lantana.”
Last year, Iron Lion Fitness helped raise $5,000 for this worthy cause.
A raffle will also be held featuring several high-end items from local businesses, including Neiman Marcus, Saks 5th Avenue, Miami Heat tickets and more.
For more information on how to volunteer or donate, call Gen Lane at (561) 312-9573.
The mission of the Palm Beach School for Autism is to provide a developmentally appropriate education using intensive behavioral strategies for students with autism spectrum disorder and related disabilities.
Founded by two Wellington High School alumni, Seth Kaufmann and Mike Bates, Iron Lion Fitness Studio’s mission is to use the latest innovations, methods and proven trends in exercise science to lead and inspire clients on their journey toward peak physical and mental health through first-rate personal training, cycling classes, yoga classes and weight-management counseling.
For more info., visit www.ironlionfit.com.