AREUFIT and the Eagles Youth Partnership’s Eye Mobile and Book Mobile Programs visited CVIM in 2012 to receive eye screenings, meet Storybook Man and receive books. Below is the article featured in CVIM’s Winter 2012 newsletter and pictured are EYP & AREUFIT Staff with program donor, Ronn Fletcher and the Eagles Youth Partnership’s Storybook Man.
On January 24, 2013, AREUFIT helped recognize community donor, Ronn Fletcher for his contributions to the Eagles Youth Partnership Eye Mobile Program. Because of his generosity, we are able to bring the Eye Mobile, a mobile eye screening vehicle to Chester County, PA where we screen and provide eye glasses for school aged children. Thanks, Ronn!
We are pleased to announce that we now have our AREUFIT for Lemonade video up and running on YouTube! Take a look!
AREUFIT spent Saturday, June 16, 2012 at the West Chester Grower’s Market raising money for the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation and are excited to announce that, with the help of all of the amazing donations (time, supplies, money, etc), we raised nearly $1000 for the cancer research driven and family focused non-profit. It was such a beautiful Saturday, and we could not have imagined spending it any other way than honoring Alex and supporting her family’s efforts to end childhood cancers!
Have you seen AREUFIT in the community?! We’re there! We spent Saturday afternoon at the West Chester Grower’s Market raising money for the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation and are excited to announce that, with the help of all of the amazing donations (time, supplies, money, etc), we raised nearly $1000 for the cancer research driven and family focused non-profit. Take a look at our PRESS RELEASE here. It was such a beautiful Saturday, and we could not have imagined spending it any other way than honoring Alex and supporting her family’s efforts to end childhood cancers!
Exclusively representing the Corporate Wellness category in Philadelphia’s Business Clubs America, AREUFIT Health Services, Inc’s president Dr. Jeannine Stuart works smart and plays hard. Here she is seen talking business and basketball with fellow Philly BCA members Marc Ferraguti, Sean Murphy, Phil Bianco and Michael Jaurigue. ”Locally owned and operated by long-time entrepreneur and former NFL great, Ron Jaworski and his daughter Joleen, BCA is an elite members-only business club serving decision makers and leaders in the business community” (http://bcaphiladelphia.wordpress.com/about-bca/).
A proud member since 2010, AREUFIT is committed to building synergistic relationships with businesses and community members throughout the Greater Philadelphia Area.
AREUFIT Health Services is now an Approved CPR provider for the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare (DPW). The DPW is able to serve millions of Pennsylvanian’s during their greatest time of need. The DPW requires extensive communication in a variety of disciplines, through their partnerships and AREUFIT is happy to fulfill the need for CPR re-certification and certification classes in Pennsylvania.
The DPW’s website features information to help families and individuals find the resources they need to live healthier, happier lives; as well as offering providers valuable information to help them in their day to day activities providing care and services for Pennsylvanians.
Through funding from Independence Blue Cross, AREUFIT Health Services, Inc offers the Do The Smart ThingSM (DTST) Youth Tobacco Prevention Program to elementary schools in Chester, Montgomery, Delaware and Bucks County. Geared toward students in the fifth grade, this program educates children about the dangers of tobacco by demonstrating its harmful effects on the body. The December 13, 2011 the 5th grade students of Villa Maria Academy participated in the DTST program. These gracious young students shared their experiences by writing thank you notes to AREUFIT’s program presenters.
This “hands on” program educates children about the dangers of smoking by demonstrating its harmful effects on the body. Included is a presentation in the classroom, as well as on our thirty three foot mobile facility. The van component includes an interactive scavenger hunt, while the classroom component reinforces active participation and critical thinking through discussion and the use of REAL PIG’S LUNGS. Children are encouraged to sign a pledge to stay smoke-free and be a healthy role model for other students. Through pre and post tests distributed before and after the program, this evidence-based program has had measured success since 2002.