Spectrum Athletic Clubs is running holiday gift drives through Dec. 15. Photo provided
Spectrum Athletic Clubs is running two gift drives this year, to raise money for seniors and disadvantaged youth during the festive season.
The first will benefit Home Instead Senior Care in Torrance. Members and non-members may visit the South Bay, Rolling Hills or Redondo Beach Spectrum locations to pick an ornament from a Giving Tree that will contain the name and holiday wish of a senior. Sponsors can purchase those gifts and drop them off at the club until Sunday, Dec. 15.
Volunteers will be enlisted to help wrap and deliver the gifts and non-members who donate will receive a three-day guest pass to Spectrum valued at $75.
“We look forward to helping brighten the lives of local seniors, some of whom are forgotten about during the holidays,” said Spectrum Athletic Clubs President and CEO Bud Rockhill.
Since 1999, Home Instead Senior Care has become the largest provider of non-medical home care services in North America by providing trained, bonded and insured caregivers to Torrance area seniors wishing to age in the comfort of their own home.
Spectrum Athletic Clubs are also teaming with the Hollenbeck Youth Center for its annual giving tree, in an effort to raise money for disadvantaged youth. The public is invited to visit any of the luxury health clubs in the L.A. area and pick an ornament from the tree bearing the name and wish of an inner city youth whose family is unable to provide their children with gifts. Gifts from the list can then be purchased and brought back to the club and volunteers from Hollenbeck Youth Center will distribute the gifts. Nonmembers who donate to the gift drive will receive a 3-day guest pass to Spectrum valued at $75. Gifts must be delivered to Spectrum no later than Friday, Dec. 13.
For additional information visit www.spectrumclubs.com.