Beach Cowboy Fitness Foundation is a nonprofit that provides scholarships for special needs children and adults to attend our fitness programs at no charge.
There are many inherent challenges to having a family member with Autism, Downs Syndrome, or other neurodiverse or physical challenges.
One of the most significant obstacles in the Charleston region is finding an affordable and inclusive fitness program focused on those with special needs.
The Beach Cowboy Fitness Foundation was created to fill that void.
Through the support of our donors, we offer scholarships to families so they can send their loved ones to any of our weekly adaptive fitness classes for free.
The results are life-changing.
Our students gain greater flexibility and strength, experience increased social skills and confidence, and are best positioned to lose weight if desired.
Families find a supportive community where they can get a break from the pressures of caretaking while knowing their loved one is becoming more physically fit.
Want to support special needs families? Your donation to our cause can make all the difference in the lives of many families in the Charleston Tri-County area.
Founder & Executive Director
After a 38 year career as a respected international maven of proper etiquette and international protocol, founder and Executive Director of the International Society of Protocol & Etiquette Professionals and author of That’s So Annoying! – An Etiquette Expert’s Take On The World’s Most Irritating Habits And What To Do About Them (2009) and many more books, Cynthia Lett pivoted to starting Beach Cowboy Fitness with her son Cameron in order for him to pursue his dream of encouraging young people with special needs to enjoy fitness and movement.
Founder & Coach
Cameron Lett has had the desire to work with children and adults with special needs improving their fitness and love of movement since he was fifteen. He is dedicated to helping others and is committed to fitness and health hoping to instill the same joy in others who are sometimes isolated and lacking confidence. As a multi-certified coach (including Adaptive Fitness for Special Needs (Strong Education), he is our students greatest cheerleader and for many a role model.