Why It's Important for Businesses to Give Back to Their Community

There’s a large misconception that only multimillion-dollar companies with 1,000+ employees are in a position to make a difference. But in reality, that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Local businesses are perhaps the most aware of what their community needs and are in a great position to give back.

Why Your Business Should Give Back

  • It’s the right thing to do.
  • It builds respect within your community.
  • It makes your community a better place to live.
  • Employees work harder when they believe their company is doing good.
  • Customers are more likely to choose businesses that give back.

We’ve Got Pretty “Big Hearts” at The Little Gym

In fact, we have a whole program dedicated to kindness and making our world a better place — we call it our Big Hearts Program. Most recently, we partnered with Peppa Pig and The Muddy Puddles Project to offer a one-of-a-kind Awesome Birthday Adventure that gives back. On behalf of every party booked, each The Little Gym location makes a contribution to support The Muddy Puddles Project’s mission to end childhood cancer.

The Little Gym locations around the world open their hearts to neighbors in need, kids, and families in less-fortunate situations, and future generations by caring about the health and safety of our shared world.

Each location gives back to their local communities through participating in events that raise money and awareness for a local charity, food and clothing drives, volunteer efforts, and much, much more.

At The Little Gym, giving back isn’t part of what we do — it’s part of who we are. You can see it in the hugs as well as in the high-fives we get every day. In everything we do, we truly hope to help pass on a love of learning and a love for each other.

Are you passionate about making a difference in your community? If so, consider joining our The Little Gym family! If you want to know more about our children’s gym franchise opportunity, check out our Steps to Ownership page to learn about our process.