Arnold Schwarzenegger recently woke up his friend and former bodybuilder Ralf Moeller with a bucket of cold water to promote his “Come With Me If You Want To Lift” t-shirt and alarm app that comes with the shirt. A portion of proceeds from every shirt sold will benefit After-School All-Stars, a program that helps provide kids with a health and leadership education.
Founded in 1992, After School All Stars is celebrating two decades of empowering youth across the nation. The mission established at our founding, to give children the tools they need to have successful futures, has remained constant. How we fulfill that mission has evolved. We started in Los Angeles with 40,000 youth competing in summer time athletic and academic competitions, and now we provide comprehensive out-of-school time programs to 72,053 participants at 326 schools.
Every day, we work to address the most prevalent and pressing issues facing our youth. As we embark on our third decade, we will strive to make sure ASAS participants are safe and healthy, graduate from high school and go on to college, find a career that they love, and give back to the community.
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) April 19, 2016