AMAA

“BREAKING BARRIERS ~ ONE MOVE AT A TIME”

The Adaptive Martial Arts Association is the nations leading 501c3 non-profit organization promoting disabled inculcation in martial arts through education and support. 

BECOME A DONOR OR CORPORATE SPONSOR


The Adaptive Martial Arts Association is a 501c3 non-profit organization promoting disabled inculcation in martial arts through free education and support. We provide adaptive martial arts students and their instructors with information and support regards to suitable training methods for the disabled community. We also offer a consulting board of experienced adaptive instructors to answer specific questions related to disabilities and martial arts training. Our school outreach program which helps connect and match potential adaptive students to schools in their area that fit their needs. With support from Century Martial Arts Supply, we provide adaptive students free uniforms & discounts on protective gear & other equipment., as well as distribute tuition scholarships for adaptive students on fixed incomes.


Please ensure the future of the Adaptive Martial Arts Association and help us to continue offer free services to empower the disabled community through martial arts and change lives. Please consider making your private tax-deductible contribution today!


Business owners, You too can ensure the future of the Adaptive Martial Arts Association and help us to continue offer free services to empower the disabled community through martial arts and change lives with a tax-deductible corporate sponsorship at one of the following levels.

Friends of the AMAA Level Sponsor - $25.00

White Belt Level Sponsor - $50.00

Yellow Belt Level Sponsor - $100.00

Blue Belt Level Sponsor - $250.00

Brown Belt Level Sponsor - $500.00

Black Belt Level Sponsor - $1,000.00

Master Level Sponsor - $1,500.00

Grandmaster Level Sponsor - $2,000.00

 

Adaptive Martial Arts Association

“BREAKING BARRIERS ~ ONE MOVE AT A TIME”

(802) 747-8184

contact@adaptivemartialarts.org

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