We donate one percent of our time, profits and services to our community every quarter. Find out how Wodify is making an impact!
As a company, Wodify is committed to always give back to our community - wherever we are. That’s why, every quarter, we give one percent of our time volunteering, one percent of our services and one percent of our profit to local charities and entities. We love getting involved, so if there is a project you need help with, feel free to give us a shout!
One in four households in Philadelphia have an annual income below $20,000 and cannot afford to pay for the roof over their heads without sacrificing other essentials. Habitat for Humanity helps people rebuild their homes by building hope.
Habitat for Humanity is an international, non-governmental, and nonprofit organization, which was founded in 1976. Habitat has been devoted to building "simple, decent, and affordable" housing, a self-described "Christian housing ministry," and has addressed the issues of poverty housing all over the world.
Founded in 1976, the Cathedral Kitchen provides nutritious meals to impoverished residents of Camden, as well as job training and assistance towards finding housing, child care, legal and healthcare services. In 2011, the non-profit provided over 235,000 meals with the help of volunteers, donations, grants and fundraisers.
What child doesn’t love Field Day? For Wodify’s Summer 2016 Philanthropy event, the team decided to put together a field day for the children of the Camden Neighborhood Center - mostly for the kids but one can also assume partly to bring them back to their childhood days.
For our second Philanthropy event, our team landed on the opportunity to work with Associação Juvenil Ponte. Associação Juvenil Ponte is a non-governmental organization in Portugal that works to create better opportunities for young children, their families, and the local community.
Wodify’s ongoing philanthropic initiative, members from our North American office volunteered at the Pennsylvania SPCA, headquartered in Philadelphia. The mission is to improve the lives and communities around us, and in the case of our Fall 2017 event, that included some four-legged friends as well.
<div>For Wodify’s Spring 2017 Philanthropy event, our team volunteered at the Food Bank of South Jersey. The Food Bank of SJ helps provide meals for local families and children in need. They distribute meals to four local counties (Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Salem) making it all the more rewarding for our team members who currently live in, or come from these areas.</div><div><br></div>
CrossFit for Hope, sponsored by CrossFit Headquarters, has helped to raise over 1.4mm for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to date. There was a huge turnout and the energy in the room was contagious. One thing I love about CrossFit is the community that comes with it.
Located at 550 Mickle Boulevard (also known as Martin Luther King Blvd) the not-for-profit Ronald McDonald House of Southern NJ has served as a home-away-from-home,” since 1974 for over 17,000 families whose children are being treated at nearby hospitals for critical illness or traumatic injuries.
This is Conigent/Wodify’s second year volunteering for Habitat for Humanity, but its first time joining forces with CrossFit Aspire. Conigent/Wodify employees not only work out at CrossFit Aspire, but the gym is also the first CrossFit gym nationwide to implement Wodify, Conigent’s new custom, mobile application to electronically track individual members’ performance, and manage owner operations.
Tech Girlz is a non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring adolescent girls to participate in science and technology careers. Males still dominate females in these fields. Tech Girlz provides workshops, events, peers, mentors and role models. Their goal is to spark innovation, exhilaration, and motivation in young women to become tomorrow’s tech leaders.
The entire Wodify team participated in the day’s events. The CrossFit Climb Challenge was programmed by one of our affiliates, Rob Miller of CrossFit Delaware Valley. The WOD involved three rounds of 21 kettlebell swings, 15 box jumps, and 9 burpees, followed by the 53 flights of stairs.