Shaukat Khanum hosted Fitness Fiesta on 31st January‏

Lahore: The annual Fitness Fiesta fundraiser will be taking place at Lakeside, Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Lahore on Sunday, January 31, 2016 with the support of event partners Khalis Food Market and 180 Degrees. Proceeds from the event will be going towards the treatment of cancer patients.

Titled ‘Fitness Fiesta in the Spirit of Giving’, it will offer a range of attractions for people from all age groups including Farmers Market consisting of locally grown fresh products; Fitness Corner with activities including Boot Camp, Pro-Fit, and yoga sessions. Free health and fitness consultations will be offered to visitors, allowing them to check their BMI as well as the chance to register for the next 40 Day Boot Camp. A health zone will give the chance to check one’s BP, sugar level and get nutritional consultations. There will also be a Walkathon and Kids Corner as well as Lucky Draws every hour.

Speaking about the upcoming event, Naila Khan, Marketing Manager of Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital said: “Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre is committed to raising awareness about healthy lifestyle. Last year, Fitness Fiesta was a big success so we have added it as a regular feature as part of our awareness campaigns. Growing popularity of group camps dedicated to providing the best fitness experience in Pakistan made us partner with 180 Degrees as well as Khalis Food Market that produces locally grown fresh produce. Some new features have been added for this year including a ‘Kids corner’ and more features for the interests of all age groups.”

Rizwan Naeem, Founder of Khalis Food Market highlighted that: “Shaukat Khanum Hospital has been very close to me since its inception. My late uncle was one of the founding board members, as well as a patient in the later years. What this hospital has done for the people of Pakistan is brilliant! Khalis Food Market, as the pioneers in providing pure foods to Lahore, has always seen itself as a market where people can find healthy options for eating. As part of the Fitness Fiesta, over 50% of all stall charges will be given to the hospital.”

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