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PHIT World Fan Club

Help A Child Become Fit & Healthy

PHIT World is an international campaign to fight the inactivity pandemic by getting people, especially children, more active, fit and healthy. Over 100 companies (see companies here) are supporting our cause through a education, grassroots, and advocacy campaign.  Learn more about PHIT World and our strategies here 

Want to Help Our Cause? Join Our Fan Club

Receive bi-monthly articles on the inactivity pandemic and our plans.  Just fill out the Fan Club information on the right side of this page.

Benefits to Joining Our Fan Club

  1. You will receive informational PHIT America and PHIT World “News Flashes” 2-3 times a month with the latest news on obesity, sedentary lifestyles, research on reasons to be active or fit, the benefits of physical education and other topics.
  2. In the future we plan to have monthly "Fitness Tips" which will be sent you to.  
  3. More to Come! – We are a new organization and will find other ways to make you feel special by being part of the PHIT World Fan Club.

What Fan Club Members Can Do To Help Our Cause

  • Pass on our website or any information you receive on PHIT World to your friends via email, Facebook, Twitter, etc.
  • Organize a fundraiser to support PHIT World
  • Send us your real life stories of PHIT World in Action - We will be accumulating and posting the "Best of the Best" stories of real people and companies who are creating a Movement To Be More Fit & Healthy. Send your real life stories via email to FanClub@PHITAmerica.org.
  • And, if you feel is it appropriate, make a donation to PHIT World. Your donation will be used to "Introduce a Child to a Life of Activity and Fitness". For less than $1 per week, we will energize a child's life.  Learn more here.
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