We're a startup developing a workout app that's committed to bringing inclusiveness in the fitness industry by amplifying people of color and minorities and creating content that normalizes bodies of different colors, shapes, sizes, and abilities. We are looking to build our default content library with diverse bodies and voices to uplift communities of color and make a change.
The fitness market is massive so the impact can be huge depending on our success.We're sponsoring 3 deserving personal trainers of color or PTs with physical disabilities by paying for their professional photo and video sessions! We're partnering with local business LifeMadeStill.com run by an amazing Asian American photographer Geraldine Teotico.
We're also going to update their branding and give them 1 year free membership on our platform. Please check out Quictivity.com/contest to learn more. Through Quictivity, we hope to reach hundreds of people who are yearning to see themselves represented. We plan to do 3 more video shoots of the winners (on top of the ones we're already doing with our current coach) featuring trainers from the Chicago area and nearby cities (depends on winners).
Peerspace is on a mission to bring people together. We believe it is impossible to achieve that goal unless we also fight for equality and access to resources in the communities we serve.
Having a space to gather, create, and exchange ideas is an important part of any movement. In order to magnify voices that are often quieted, Peerspace will sponsor venues for people who challenge prejudice and fight for social justice and equality.
Each quarter, we will sponsor space for three projects that are relevant to our community. These projects can range from fundraisers and educational initiatives to art exhibits and photo series.