PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Several local gyms and fitness centers are raising money to help the wild animals affected by the brush fires in Australia.

Ramp N Rize, a boutique fitness center, says more than 35 other fitness facilities are joining them for a fundraiser on Sunday.

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Donation-based classes will be held at several Pittsburgh locations this weekend, including studios in downtown, Mt. Lebanon, North Hills and Sewickley.

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All the money raised will go to the Australian wildfire cause and will be matched by the Tull Family Foundation.

It’s estimated that over 1 billion animals died in the wildfires devastating Australia.

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For a full list of all the participating studios and classes, click here.