Shred415 partners with Louisville Scoop to raise funds for West End Initiative

Shred415, which recently opened its second Louisville location off Hurstbourne Lane, has partnered with local digital media company Louisville Scoop to host a class to raise funds and awareness for their West End Initiative.The fund was created in response to COVID-19 and social justice efforts.The founder of Louisville Scoop, Meagan Shaver, plans to donate all funds to families and Black-owned businesses in need. They will also deliver groceries, pay for rent, utilities, and mortgages for families in the designated neighborhoods.The Shred415 charitable workout class will be held at 6 p.m. July 31, and people can sign up for the class by donating $20 here. You can also donate without attending. There will also be boxes at both Shred415 locations (642 Baxter Avenue Suite 101) all week next week where people can donate school supplies, non-perishable grocery items and health/toiletry items. Gift cards can be donated as well. Located at 9347 Leesgate Road, Shred415 Hurstbourne welcomes clients of all fitness levels. Classes are a combination of treadmill runs and HIIT on the weight floor. Clients can modify based on their own fitness levels making it a great workout for people of all ages and fitness levels. The studio can host up to 32 people for a class but will open at limited capacity to follow all state guidelines for health and safety. Shred415’s Hurstbourne 2,900-square-foot location includes a Kid’s Lounge, retail area and locker rooms for both men and women. To sign up for the class for a great workout and great cause, email hurstbourne@shred415.com to reserve your spot today.

Shred415, which recently opened its second Louisville location off Hurstbourne Lane, has partnered with local digital media company Louisville Scoop to host a class to raise funds and awareness for their West End Initiative.

The fund was created in response to COVID-19 and social justice efforts.

The founder of Louisville Scoop, Meagan Shaver, plans to donate all funds to families and Black-owned businesses in need. They will also deliver groceries, pay for rent, utilities, and mortgages for families in the designated neighborhoods.

The Shred415 charitable workout class will be held at 6 p.m. July 31, and people can sign up for the class by donating $20 here. You can also donate without attending.

There will also be boxes at both Shred415 locations (642 Baxter Avenue Suite 101) all week next week where people can donate school supplies, non-perishable grocery items and health/toiletry items. Gift cards can be donated as well.

Located at 9347 Leesgate Road, Shred415 Hurstbourne welcomes clients of all fitness levels. Classes are a combination of treadmill runs and HIIT on the weight floor. Clients can modify based on their own fitness levels making it a great workout for people of all ages and fitness levels. The studio can host up to 32 people for a class but will open at limited capacity to follow all state guidelines for health and safety.

Shred415’s Hurstbourne 2,900-square-foot location includes a Kid’s Lounge, retail area and locker rooms for both men and women. To sign up for the class for a great workout and great cause, email hurstbourne@shred415.com to reserve your spot today.

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