2018 Fall CHARITY

During our 55th year anniversary celebration this fall we are excited to partner with an incredible local organization. In a world of video games, cell phones & technology, Play Fit Fun’s mission is to get kids moving, playing actively & engaging with one another socially. We love the idea of Play Fit Fun because we feel our local youth are an important part of the future of Beaverton!

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How you can help! Donation drop off at Koebers

From November 1st- 20th, Koebers is collecting new playground balls, soccer balls, basketballs, footballs, jump ropes, cones and bean bags.

This list is simple! The sports balls and other gear are used in kids action classes and camps to get kids active and engaging with each other. This equipment also is also used & donated during their programs benefiting low income kids, special needs groups, and homeless youth.

***PLUS: If you bring the donation to our November 1st event, you’ll be entered to win a special drawing.

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about play. fit. fun!

“In an era of technology, when kids move less than any time in history...the simple truth is Kids Must Move More.  All Kids!  We do this with Kids Action P.E. style classes before and after school at elementary schools...plus public action events, kids action camps and more.”- Spencer (Head Coach/ President)

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How Play.Fit.Fun has made a difference

“PFF has redefined and is redefining play and physical activity. Kids (and adults) use tech for so much entertainment, it has them leading static lifestyles. This is so dangerous on a physical, mental and social level.  We have kids moving, thinking active play is Important & Fun, improving fitness levels, trying new things, taking chances, improving attitudes and much more. We have older kids (5th-6th grade) mentoring younger kids...and we have younger kids gaining more confidence and feeling good about themselves. We have high school kids volunteering with us to coach the elementary school kids...thus being active, mentoring, being mindful, and working on communication and leadership skills.  We also donate an IMMENSE amount of time and services to low income, homeless and special needs kids...so on this level...PFF is impacting these youth in a very healthy, constructive and positive manner.” - Spencer (Head Coach/ President)