BOS Gives Back
Bells of Steel is proud to support community involvement initiatives that boost the health of communities through fitness.
Here are our current non-profit organizations that we’ve partnered with.
Kings of Weightlifting
Kings of Weightlifting is a free after-school Olympic weightlifting program for underserved youth in Southern Los Angeles.
Their goal is to strengthen the community, one kid at a time. So far, they’ve been able to introduce the sport of Olympic Weightlifting to hundreds of kids in the local area.
In 2020, Bells of Steel gave equipment and a cash donation to assist Kings of Weightlifting in their mission. In addition, we’ve pledged 100% of the profits from our Kings of Weightlifting Gym Flag to them on an ongoing basis.
If you would prefer to donate directly to their cause, please go to https://www.kingsofweightlifting.com/donate/
Neebawi Barbell Club
Based out of Waywayseecappo in Manitoba, the Neebawi Youth Non-Profit is a non-profit focused on a world where Indigenous and other youth are provided with opportunities to succeed in life through Culture, Language, Sport, Recreation & Education.
B.o.S. founder Kaevon Khoozani came across the social media profile of Neebawi’s founder (Eric Mentuck) one day. Eric had already established a successful community involvement program with mountain biking and volleyball for youth in his area and was looking to start a gym.Kaevon reached out to Eric about Bells of Steel supporting his mission with the donation of a garage gym. We’ve also pledged 100% of the profits from our Neebawi Barbell Club Gym Flag to the organization on an ongoing basis.
To read more about the history behind the outdoor education program that Eric Mentuck kick-started for his community, click here.