PLANO, Texas, July 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 100 WorldVentures Foundation™ volunteers teamed up with the Boys & Girls Clubs (B&GC) of Denver to host two Sports Carnivals, on July 11 and 12, to benefit 500 local children and teens. Designed to promote physical fitness and fun, the Sports Carnivals at J. Churchill Owen Club and Denver Broncos Branch Club included activities such as basketball toss, yoga, hula-hooping, football toss and more. Denver-area children and teens won tickets they exchanged for toys, games and other prizes, and enjoyed a BBQ served up by WorldVentures™ Independent Representatives and DreamTrips™ Members volunteering for the Foundation.
"The 'culture of service' that inspires many WorldVentures Representatives and DreamTrips Members also inspires us at the Foundation," WorldVentures Foundation Executive Director Gwyneth Lloyd said. "We are honored to partner with so many of them. To date, we have directly impacted the lives of more than 5,000 children who benefit from their membership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. From painting facilities to supporting two fabulous field days in Denver, we are making a difference in the US, and it's in a very WorldVentures 'fun, freedom and fulfillment' style!"
"Our aim is to show the children and teens, who attend the Boys and Girls Clubs, the importance of physical activity and healthy eating habits," J. Churchill Owen Boys & Girls Clubs Branch Director Steve Martinez said. "We want to make sure they have the opportunity to be as healthy as they can be." About The WorldVentures Foundation:
Launched in 2010, the WorldVentures Foundation became the philanthropic arm of WorldVentures with a focus on positive global change for children. WorldVentures Independent Representatives and DreamTrips™ Members are inspired, serving and implementing sustainable economic and environmental solutions within communities around the world.For inquiries, contact: Hadas Sasson-Zitomer Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgSOURCE WorldVentures Foundation