Earlier today on Ellen, John Cena announced that he is creating a foundation for veterans. It’s called Fit Ops, and every dollar we donate, he will atch up to a milly. Damn, Cena, you got it like that?
On the September 30th episode of the Ellen DeGeneres Show, John Cena was a guest and announced his first major involvement with the brand. John Cena announced that he will match, dollar-for-dollar, up to $1 million in donations to the FitOps Foundation, a program founded by Performix’s CEO Matt Hesse, a fellow veteran. The campaign runs between now (September 30th) and November 11th (Veteran’s Day).
John Cena has made his latest challenge – and it’s to everyone. Cena appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Monday to call on others to donate to FitOps, pledging to match all donations from now through Veterans Day (Nov. 11) up to $1 million. You can donate now by visiting fitops.org. FitOps is a foundation that helps military veterans find stability, success and community through fitness. The organization helps veterans achieve personal trainer certification, creating a path in life after service.
Cena told Ellen DeGeneres on The Ellen Show that he will match every donation, up to $1 million, that’s made to FitOps Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting veterans after they end their service, from Sept. 30 until Veterans Day, Nov. 11.
John Cena announced a donation of up to $1 million to the FitOps Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded in 2016 which holds month-long “live on” camps to train and certify veterans to become elite personal trainers.
During his recent appearance on Ellen, the West Newbury native chatted with DeGeneres about his fashion sense, his work with veteran nonprofit FitOps, and his upcoming roles in Playing with Fire and Fast and Furious 9 (yes, 9).
Making a difference! John Cena announced his plans to donate up to $1 million to the FitOps Foundation Opens a New Window. during the Monday, September 30, episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Talking with TV show host Ellen DeGeneres, the grappler said he would match all donations up to $1 million until Veterans Day to the FitOps Foundation to help veterans returning from combat and keep them from committing suicide.
John Cena revealed to Ellen that as a kid, his fashion was inspired by popular ’90s rap duo Kris Kross. The wrestler/actor also talked about joining “Fast & Furious 9,” how he’s never taken a vacation, and his pledge to match fan donations to veterans organization FitOps Foundation. For more information, visit FitOps.org.