Support Racing for Kids with Your Next Mirra 2
For the next 6 months, MarxModa will be donating $10 for every Mirra 2 Task Chair sold to support Racing for Kids.
As work evolves, and we become more active, shifting from individual to collaborative work in an instant, we need tools designed to be as agile as our work style. To address this need, the designers of Studio 7.5 set out to create a high-performing chair that supports people who work in a constant state of motion.
Mirra 2 moves with the person, at one with the body. When you sit, the seat and back adapt to you instantly. With dynamic surfaces that respond to your slightest movements and simple, intuitive adjustments to fine-tune the fit, Mirra 2 balances immediate comfort and personalized ergonomics in one sophisticated design.
As part of our commitment to making a difference in our community, MarxModa will use sales of the Mirra 2 chair to raise money and awareness for Racing for Kids.
Racing for Kids' mission is to use the increasing popularity of motorsports to focus public attention and funding on the health care needs of children.
The hospital visits form the heart of the program. Racing For Kids® drivers visit children in Children’s Hospitals wherever they race. They spend time with each sick youngster answering questions about their sport, posing for pictures, signing autographs and handing out the distinctive Racing For Kids® hats, coloring books and assorted memorabilia provide by our sponsors.
We are proud to give our partners the opportunity to support hospitalized children through their difficult times. Racing For Kids® representatives have visited more than 38,000 sick children in more than 750 hospital and healthcare facility visits, and more than $7.5million raised in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Japan and Australia.
With the purchase of your next Mirra 2 Chair, you can help support children when they are most vulnerable - sick and hospitalized.
Racing For Kids®, a 501 (c) (3) children's charity, is celebrating over 30 years of using the popularity of motorsports to focus public attention and funding on the healthcare needs of children.