Curves Cares

Curves isn’t just about strengthening bodies. We support charities and organizations to strengthen women’s lives in more ways than one. Take time to share your support for one of our partner charities and together we can strengthen our community.


Community Fundraising Opportunities

Are you are looking for a new and exciting way for your organization to earn revenue while also positively impacting lives? If so, you’ve found the perfect fit! Curves is the best fundraiser because we take the work out of fundraising by putting a workout into a fundraiser!

By selling monthly memberships to MyCurves On Demand, you’ll earn 50% of each transaction to go towards your fundraiser!


American Cancer Society

Curves is a longtime partner of the American Cancer Society and supports its mission to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer. Throughout the last 15 years, Curves has supported the American Cancer Society through Relay for Life, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, and a variety of initiatives. In this time, Curves Owners with the support of their members, and local communities have raised over 15 million dollars to support the American Cancer Society.


Canadian Cancer Society

Canadian Cancer Society and Curves are teaming up once again to help create a future without breast cancer. With your support, CCS is able to fund innovative research, health education, and advocacy programs that aim to reduce the incidence of breast cancer, lower mortality rates, and support women and their families who have experienced breast cancer.



Curves has partnered with WomenAgainstAlzheimer’s and the Be Brain Powerful campaign. The Be Brain Powerful campaign is designed to infuse hope and action into the Alzheimer’s conversation, ultimately giving women control of their brain health through education and the launch of its 30-Day Brain Health Challenge. Funds raised for the Be Brain Powerful campaign will provide education to women across the country, support community based organizations, and advance a sex-based research agenda that explores the prevention of Alzheimer’s disease in women.

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