Author of The Blender Girl, The Perfect Blend, and The Decadent Detox, Tess Masters knows a thing or two about combining healthy and delicious ingredients. Her online cooking show, The Blendaholic, has over one million followers on Facebook and she’s created a series of wellness programs, including four seasonal 3-day juice cleanses, 14-day cleanses, and a 7-day raw cleanse, with DailyOM. Masters came to Silicon Valley last month for the first in a special event series supporting Fit Kids, the Menlo Park-based nonprofit founded by Ashley Hunter in 2011. To date, Fit Kids has helped more than 5,000 kindergarten through 8th-graders fall in love with fitness through a variety of innovative sports programs for underserved youths.
Fit Kids’ new support arm, Fit Kids Champs, made up of community members who pay an annual fee of $250 (which covers the cost of one child in Fit Kids for a school year), will help build awareness and participate in fun events like the recent Tess Masters cooking demonstration.
To become a member of Fit Kids Champs and learn about upcoming programs and events, visit www.fitkids.org