Adrianne Ho joins Marvel’s Simu Liu and former NBA Raptors Champion Jeremy Lin to the play the sold out Celebrity Classics charity basketball game in Toronto benefiting the Chinese Canadian Youth Athletic Association and the Jeremy Lin Foundation. Dominique Wilkins and Jamaal Magloire coached each team which consisted of 20 other celebrities, athletes, and personalities in the Asian community includingHasan Minhaj, Ronny Chieng, Charles Melton, and more.
“I felt a huge sense of camaraderie and pride to share the court with so many other industry leaders in the North American Asian community in front of a packed arena in Toronto. Representation matters and I feel good knowing that we’re encouraging more Asians to get active and pick up a sport. Growing up I didn’t have anyone with my background to look up to, so I hope that I can be that person for the younger generation. This is why I always push for diversity and inclusivity in everything I do. Even though I was playing my first basketball game, everyone was so nice and welcoming. Big thank you to Clement Chu, Simu Liu, and Jeremy Lin for putting together such a successful event highlighting North American Asian talent and sport. I can’t wait to come back!” –Adrianne Ho
“This year we celebrated Christmas Eve with my dear friend, restauranteur and chef Cat Castaneda at her Native Fields. Cat and her team’s everyday mission is to bring healthy organic farmers market cuisine to the suburbs of California. With no local access to prepared whole foods, Native Fields seeks to provide surrounding communities with healthier options and most importantly: access to unprocessed, pesticide-free and non-gmo ingredients.We collaborated with the Claremont Farmers Market and Food Connects Us to help feed hundreds of families in need this season. With the help of many of your generous donations we were able to make a little difference this holiday. Thank you for your compassion.” – Adrianne Ho
Sweat The Style is happy to announce a charity ride hosted by Adrianne Ho in partnership with Cycle House. In support of the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, the benefit ride will take place at Cycle House West Hollywood this Saturday, March 26th. The event starts at 4pm at the West Hollywood location at 8511 Melrose Avenue and the ride starts at 5:15pm! Music will be Sweat approved and you will feel invigorated knowing that you’re working out for the youth!
Each ticket includes exclusive merchandise from Sweat The Style, Cycle House, plus a pair of Fusion Athletic socks courtesy of Stance.
Kick it with us and enjoy complimentary fresh juices from Juice Served Here and healthy snacks before and after the ride while getting a chance to connect with great people.
Lets get together, sweat together, and build a healthier future for children together! If you can’t make it, couldn’t get seats, or don’t live in LA you can still donate to The Children’s Hospital for Make March Matter here. Make March Matter is an annual campaign to rally the community in support of The Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and bring focus to the health care needs of children. The goal is to raise $1 million in the month of March to support programs and services at CHLA.