On January 13, 2019
, the East Bay and Omni Fight Club
will come together and #jointhefight
against cancer alongside Pleasanton Police Officer Kyle Henricksen and his family. Henricksen, 35, was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer and is currently undergoing treatment.
Henricksen started his law enforcement career with the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, after three years there he transferred to the Pleasanton Police Department where he has worked to serve and protect and lay his life on the line daily for the last 10 years.
“As a family, a club and a company, supporting the heroes in our community is a priority year round, even more so when we can meet a specific need. Personally, I owe a tremendous amount of gratitude to law enforcement for helping me during my past with drugs and this is another opportunity for me and my family to repay them. We want this event to show Kyle and his family how much they are supported, ” said Managing Partner, Dennis Dumas.
Starting at 9am on January 13, at Omni Fight Club Livermore, Omni Fight Club Pleasanton and Omni Fight Club Walnut Creek, workouts will be held to member and non-members for $10. At 11am, food and drinks will be served. All proceeds of any food and beverage (yes, 100%!) will go to the fundraiser for the Henricksen’s family.
The community can also purchase the Henricksen Heroes Membership. Omni Fight Club will give 100% of the first month of dues to the fundraiser from anyone who purchases one of these memberships from December 27 to January 13. For $99 a month, members get access to unlimited classes, free childcare and 30 days of yoga at Joya Yoga.