The Perfect Step
Through a collaboration between The Claremont Club and The Be Perfect Foundation, The Claremont Club’s Community Fitness Program is able to offer rehabilitation for clients suffering from Spinal Cord Injuries. By teaming up with The Be Perfect Foundation, individuals with SCI are able to gain or maintain a level of fitness and health, while creating an atmosphere of camaraderie among people with similar experiences. Read more about Spinal Cord Injury therapy and The Claremont Club. You can also view our video about SCI treatment at The Claremont Club here.
Living Well After Cancer
The Living Well After Cancer Program is a joint effort between The Claremont Club and Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center’s Robert and Beverly Lewis Family Cancer Care Center that began in 2005. The program is specially designed to improve cancer survivor’s fitness level, quality of life and self-esteem. Participants meet at The Claremont Club twice weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon OR from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. The program is 13 weeks and runs from September to December and February to May. It is offered at no charge to cancer survivors and is funded by private donations. All cancer survivors are welcome to participate if they are able to commit to attending all of the thirteen week classes; have reliable transportation to The Claremont Club; complete required paperwork, including an exercise release from their physician; and participate with other cancer survivors. If you are interested please contact Denise Johnson at (909) 625-6791 ext. 236 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet Linda Johnson, a grateful recipient of the Living Well After Cancer Program and how this has made a difference in her life.
Adopt A Family
In an effort to bring holiday cheer to the less fortunate, the Club holds an annual Adopt A Family fundraiser to raise money for gifts and necessities for those in need. Once the money is raised, each department within the Club will "adopt" one to three families and purchase clothing and toys for the children, housewares and other items that most families take for granted to provide a Christmas they wouldn’t necessarily have.
Tree of Joy
In addition to Adopt A Family, the Club also participates in The Tree of Joy. The Tree of Joy is a Christmas tree placed in the lobby every year that contains the names of children from Le Roy Haynes Center. On each ornament is the name, age, gender and holiday wish that each child has. Members and employees then take it upon themselves to fulfill this holiday wish and bring a little joy during the holiday season to a less fortunate child in the community.
Angels Baseball Organization
TCC has joined the Angels Organization at a Grand Slam Sponsorship Level. All tickets received are given to the school district who then distributes them to deserving students as a reward for being a good citizen. The students receive four to six tickets so that he or she can experience the joy of giving to their family. This gift of a major league baseball game is one many deserving children enjoy considering most have never had the opportunity to experience a ballgame on such a grand scale.