FOOD, FAITH & FITNESS PROGRAM
FOOD, FAITH & FITNESS
STRONG KIDS’ CLUB Mission
Food, Faith & Fitness is a free after-school mentoring program for kids ages 10-14 sponsored by Wingfoot Church, Noex Sports, and Sip Savor Soul at The Heights Center – 1690 Hillside Terrace, Akron. This program began August 1, 2023, and this year spots are limited. Registration is required.
Every other Monday from 3:00-5:00pm, kids enrolled in the program will have fun, gain skills, and grow in their strength in three ways:
Food – Kids will learn how to cook healthy, affordable meals with Chef Dani from Sip Savor Soul
Faith – Kids will meet with caring, adult mentors to help navigate challenges and grow in character
Fitness – Kids will have fun while growing in strength through physical training with Coach L from Noex Sports
2024 PROGRAM INFORMATION
Starting December 5th, our program will be open to new registrations for the upcoming 10 dynamic sessions. Led by expert instructors, each session is designed to be interactive, fostering skill development and a love for learning. Don’t miss this chance for a free, enriching educational experience on January 15, 2024!
Open to students between the ages of 10-14
Ability to attend every other Monday starting January 15th
Pre-register at the link below.
INTERESTED IN BECOMING AN F3 MENTOR?
The Food, Faith and Fitness Program is designed to build positive, mentoring relationships between students and caring and compassionate adults.
Mentors will participate alongside students in the program and help facilitate conversations with a small group of students each week.
All F3 mentors must be able to pass a federal background check and attend mentoring training sessions.
If you are interested, apply at the link below.
FOOD, FAITH & FITNESS COLLABORATORS
F3 is a collaboration between three organizations rooted in Goodyear Heights and operating out of The Heights Center at 1690 Hillside Terrace: Sip Savor Soul, Wingfoot Church, and Noex Sports. Connect with each organization below.
Food, Faith and Fitness is funded in part by the City of Akron’s Youth Violence Intervention Program and the American Rescue Plan Act.