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In the News: Coeur d’Alene Living Local, February 2018

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This year’s 10th Annual Indoor Charity Ride is featured in the February 2018 issue of Coeur d’Alene Living Local. The article provides a brief summary of our work within Kootenai County, our grant-making process and history/background of our humble beginnings. The article recognizes the 10th Annual Indoor Charity Ride as one of the Memorial Foundation’s biggest fundraising events of the year in addition to being a day of healthy fun. Thanks Coeur D'Alene Living Local!

The 10th Annual Indoor Charity Ride is on course with record breaking registration. It's sure to be a joyful day raising funds for first responders within our community. Registration for single riders and teams is open until the day of the event. However registration is filling up quickly so be sure to save your spot now. Click here to download the registration packet.

If you can’t make the event or would rather participate with a silent auction donation please contact Susan Botts,

There are still opportunities for corporate sponsors. Our events are typically covered by local news. The 10th Annual Indoor Charity Ride is an excellent opportunity for businesses who’d like to align themselves as supporters of the local community they do business within. For more information regarding sponsorship contact Heath Wiltse,

Special thanks to Peak Health and Wellness Center, Post Falls our Event Sponsor and Location.


CrossFit Post Falls Raises Funds for Memorial Foundation.


Special thank you's go to Doug and Amy Jessup of CrossFit Post Falls and their staff for raising $989 dollars to support Kootenai County Police & Fire Memorial Foundation mission to assist first responders and their families who experience unforeseen catastrophic circumstances including death, illness, and injury.

The event took place on Saturday May 20th at CrossFit Post Falls 920 E 3rd Ave, Post Falls, Idaho 83854.


Final Countdown to #27KforK27 Fundraiser

Come get involved with your community and show your support for #27KforK27.

Our volunteers, board members and leadership are putting the final touches on preparation for tomorrow’s Peak Fitness Fundraiser. 

Join Us for an 18-hours of indoor bike relay, fun, food, drinks and auction. 
Peak Health and Wellness Center - Post Falls
927 E Polston Ave, Post Falls, Idaho 83854

We start fresh and early at 6am and pushing the pedals and fundraising for local first responders till Midnight.  Come for an hour or stay the whole day.

Special prize(s) given to the best insta post so be sure to tag your photos  #27KforK27.


Mark your calendars and grab your spandex. Peak 9th Annual Charity Ride.


Peak Fitness Post Falls will be hosting the 9th Annual Charity Ride once again this year. The Ride is sponsored by The Ups Store Post Falls and CdA's Accent Floors & Designs. The Ride benefits local first repsonders within Kootenai County and will be held on March 3rd from 6am to Midnight.

Use hashtag #27KforK27 as you prepare for the event.

For ways to donate and participate at the event contact: 
Health Wiltse or Bud Arce


Pennies for Protectors

Hayden Meadows Elementary School. First Responders Pennies for Protectors fundraiser Awesome Job! Raised $737.69 Woot Hoot!


Peak Fitness Annual Fundraiser this weekend.

8th Annual Charity Bike Ride!

Come join us as we celebrate the 8th Annual Charity Ride.   We will be celebrating the lives of those that keep us safe everyday and those we have lost in a tribute to Officer Greg Moore / K27!!

Search dog/K9 demos.

Food and drinks!
Come enjoy games, Karaoke, silent auction items, kids events,prizes and workouts all night long! Only need to ride for 1-hour and donate as much as you would like or just show up and check it all out! We'd love to have you.

Proceeds go to the Kootenai County Police & Fire Memorial Foundation. Yup that's us!

Friday evening February 19, 6pm-12am. 
Peak Health and Wellness Center - Post Falls
927 E Polston Ave, Post Falls, Idaho 83854

No membership to PEAK required. Open to the public!
All fitness levels accepted (i.e. ride the bike as fast or slow as you want).