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Why We ask for Donations

Why We ask for Donations

We get it. You need time.

You’re going through a lot.

They said it’d have to get worse before it gets better, but DANG. It’s pretty rough out here.

What with the anxiety, depression, mental hang-ups, hiccups, holiday traumas, and everything in between, it can be exhausting just to get up to do anything.

What you need isn’t another handbag or pair of pants that make your butt look good.

Although, that doesn’t hurt.

You need a community that will support you when you need it the most.

Working on yourself is the best thing you can do, and being supported by a loving, intelligent, kind community helps you get there.

At Fitness Hacks For Life, we help you overcome trauma and abuse by offering inspirational content and information that gives you peace, happiness, and serenity.

Consider donating today if you feel called and ready for more support and serenity.

As a nonprofit, we live off your generous donations. While we have free resources for anyone struggling, we encourage you to give what you can.

Don’t break the bank, $1. $2 or 5 dollars is what we ask.

 

Here’s the link to donate to the fund so we can get doctors to chat with you when you need it the most.

Take care.

Love,

The Team at Fitness Hacks for Life

 

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