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Sponsor This Ninja For A Good Cause?

Posted May 26 2011 9:30am

 What is it:

On June 18th, (We’ll be in Central Sq at the corner of Mass Ave and Main St, in front of Cafe Luna) the CW Taekwondo club will be hosting the Kick‐A‐Thon, a fundraising event to support the Friends of Floating Hospital, the CW club, and our tBos competition team. CW would like to invite the community to sponsor us as we throw 1000 kicks for a good cause!

Participants in the Kick-a-Thon will be challenged to each complete 1,000 kicks in the spirit of teamwork and athleticism.  Club members will also demonstrate several board breaks for the audience!

 We ask you to push us by contributing by the kick! You can offer a penny a kick! Or 10 cents a kick if you like!  You may also pay to have me perform a board break for $10!

 

WHY:

As part of the local Tufts Medical Center, Floating Hospital for Children offers full pediatric services from prevention and primary care to the most sophisticated treatment of rare and unusual conditions. The Friends of Floating Hospital is a volunteer organization that supports the families, some of whom cannot afford the costs involved in coming to see their child. This organization works hard to make their journey easier. Half of the proceeds raised from this years Kick-a-Thon will be donated to The Friends of the Floating Hospital to support their mission that each kid is allowed to enjoy their childhood. All proceeds from the Kick-a-Thon will be shared between CW Taekwondo and The Friends of Floating Hospital.

The mission of CW Taekwondo is to assure that no student misses an opportunity to rise to the challenge! Jay on his path to Olympics!  Jayson Grant is a 22-year-old student at Quinsigamond Community College. While keeping up with his studies, Jayson teaches youth classes at CW Taekwondo and trains for competition. Jay is a three-time national champion, and started out in 2011 competing for a spot on the US National team, and came in very close second.  Jay has an exciting year ahead of him, as he will continue competing to strive toward his dream of an Olympic berth.

HOW YOU CAN HELP:

1. Click here to donate online! Just type in my name in the Club Member box! Click here to make the donation

2. Just email/call/text me and we can meet in person at some point if you would like to donate by cash or check! Every little bit helps!

I’d like to thank Victoria R. for my very first donation!! Thank you very much!

 

We are Non-profit, I can provide any tax disclosures or information you may need.

CW Taekwondo is 501(c)3 non-profit martial arts club committed to building stronger community and promoting healthy life style while providing the best Taekwondo experience in the Boston area! CW club members range from beginner students, to national and international level athletes. CW encourages all students to get to know the greater Taekwondo community by traveling to seminars and challenging themselves in competition.

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