At least once a month, CycleBar Dunwoody helps organizations, businesses and individuals raise money for their charities. Since opening in 2016, the spin studio with a large Jewish clientele and several key Jewish leaders, has raised more than $200,00 for more than 100 charities.
Giving back is a philosophy built into the business model of the national fitness company, said Beth Berger, community outreach specialist for the Dunwoody spin studio.
Just read the company’s website statement: “At the heart of CycleBar is our passion for giving back to the community. As a community ambassador, we have created CycleGiving, a philanthropic movement which partners with local organizations and charities to help them raise donations. We create exciting and energetic indoor cycling rides for companies, teams, groups, and families to help raise proceeds that benefit their cause. This is a unique form of cause marketing that promotes health and wellness with a one-of-a-kind fitness experience to create successful fundraising events inside our studios.”
Next week, CycleBar Dunwoody will help Accenture raise money for It’s The Journey breast cancer walk and in coming months there will be rides for Second Helpings Atlanta, Make-A-Wish Foundation, JDRF and the Adult Disability Medical Home. In the Jewish community, CycleBar Dunwoody has held fundraisers for PAL Big Brother/Big Sister program and Lehavah B’nai B’rith Girls.
“We would love to help anyone in the community,” Berger said. “Everyone has a cause they are supporting. Riders come to us if their relatives are going through cancer or a child is suffering from an illness. We love to support people. It’s a fun, healthy way to get together for a good cause and raise money.”
Event Chair Ellen Fruchtman said that studio owner, Jeff DeLorme and the staff understand the value of “immersing our supporters in a ride that is challenging, uplifting and inspirational.”
It’s also an opportunity to share their passion for indoor cycling, she said.
“The spirit of giving is genuine at CycleBar Dunwoody,” Berger said. “If you’re searching for an exhilarating, fresh way to fundraise,” contact CycleGiving@CycleBarDunwoody.com.