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Man running in Finsbury Park London with a BMF banner which says "Britain's Bravest Military Challenge" which refers to supporting the Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI)

Be Military Fit raises vital funds for the Royal British Legion Industries Across the UK

Royal British Legion Industries is a national charity supporting the Armed Forces, people with disabilities and people who are unemployed. Their mission is: “improving lives every day by inspiring those we help and supporting them to find work and lead independent lives.”

During September 2019, Be Military Fit (BMF) joined forces with the Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI) to create “Britain’s Bravest Military Challenge.” We worked with military leaders to create an authentic experience.  Participants took on demanding military-based challenges and training drills, requiring them to dig deep in a series of fun but physically demanding physical and mental challenges.

Twenty BMF Parks took part across the country and raised £19,000.


Workout for Water – Les Mills and UNICEF water infrastructure project

Workout for Water – Les Mills Africa

We are enlisting the help of the entire global Les Mills community, urging clubs and instructors to help create the single biggest fundraising effort the fitness industry has ever seen.

We are working to raise millions of dollars to support the invaluable work UNICEF is doing in Africa – the life-saving assistance the organisation is providing to people, and in particular refugee and displaced children, across the trouble hotspots in this region. Our key focus is to provide clean, safe water to all those in desperate need.


Legend Club Management staff Jayne and Jade raising money for UK cancer charities. They are standing behind a large display of cakes.

Legend raises vital funds for UK cancer charities York, England

Annually software provider Legend Club Management Systems in York UK, seek to run a number of charity events to raise funds for causes close to the hearts of staff.

by Legend Club Management Systems


The agreement was signed by Ramón Canela , General Director and Founder of DiR, and Dr. Josep M. Campistol , General Director of the Hospital Clínic of Barcelona

DiR & the Hospital Clínic offer a free heart rehabilitation service Barcelona, Spain

The DiR Foundation and the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona have signed a collaboration agreement to provide a free rehabilitation service to patients with cardiac diseases being treated in the Catalan hospital. The purpose of the programme is to support the chronic lack of cardiac rehabilitation services following surgery. The Hospital Clínic de Barcelona is a well established university public hospital with a staff of 4,500 professionals.