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May 2018

Dear Friends,

Will you join us for an inspiring community event to promote joy and to support local mental health initiatives for youth? With connections to numerous local fitness groups, Earthgroove can give your organization great exposure by participating, and you can make a difference in the lives of local youth.

Join the Groovement is both a line of activewear and a mental health initiative to connect and support community and local business by making a difference together. Its founder, Jill Boychuk, created Earthgroove Activewear athletic clothing, which inspires athletes with its vibrant colors and designs and with underlying messages of strength, courage, and support. The message behind “getting in the groove” is creating a positive mindset around exercise and life, transforming fitness into a lifestyle that is invigorating and fun.

In 2017, Earthgroove Activewear put on its first “Stand by Me” Fitness Fashion Show in support of mental health. “Stand by Me” will return June 10 at the Alfred Savage Centre, with a fun run, fashion show, demos, silent auction, local speakers and more! All funds from this event will be donated to the Inspiring Light for Children’s Mental Health to help fund local mental health initiatives. But we can’t do it without you!

We are looking for donations to increase our impact. Please consider a monetary donation and/or silent auction items. We would love for you to be a part of this event that focuses on health and leading a joyful life. In return, we’ll provide exposure at the event, along with radio, TV, and social media shout-outs. Gifts at the $50-$100 level receive a Stand By Me buff/headband; $200-$300 a buff and tank top, $500-$5000 and above a buff, tank top, and shorts.

Please email earthgroove@shaw.ca by Monday, June 4th, 2018 if you would like to partner with us and join in an initiative that truly makes a difference!


Jill Boychuk Founder of Earthgroove Activewear earth-groove.com / @EarthgrooveActiveWear


Turning their pain into purpose local Edmontonians unite to create the INSPIRING LIGHT FOUNDATION and INSPIRING LIGHT Company. Edmonton Fire Rescue Services Captain Malcolm Hills sadly lost his brother to suicide. His wife Lifestyle Meditation Facilitator and Prana Yoga Studio Kids Yoga Teacher, Dawn Southey Hills lost one of her best friends to suicide and has overcome devastating depression. Jessica Mueller lost a very special young teen in her life to mental illness. Yoga Meditation Teacher Belen Isbister has also been deeply affected by depression. Wanting to be of service, they joined forces to bring Mental Health Tools, Mindfulness, Meditation, and Movement to Youth, Adults, Seniors, and First Responders in Canada. Jill Boychuk, owner of Earthgroove Active Wear, created "Stand By Me" Fashion Fitness Fun Run to support Mental Health initiatives. This event will fund INSPIRING LIGHT FOUNDATION to help high risk kids and teens in Edmonton Schools. Please join the fun on Sunday, June 10th starting at Alfred H. Savage Centre 9-12pm. There will be a Walk/Run, Family Yoga/Meditation Sessions, Fitness Fashion Show, Silent Auctions, Local Speakers, and more... Any donation accepted to participate! We can't do it without your help!!! Hope to see you there!!!😎