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Non-Profit Sponsorship Opp – Aim High Martial Arts

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There is an amazing opportunity to sponsor a wonderful fundraiser with Aim High Martial Arts (Beaverton, Oregon), a non-profit organization.

(Click the image below to download a printable information sheet)

Let me tell you a little about Aim High and why I feel so passionately about this event…

Last year my son Dylan expressed an interest in karate. He has always been a child that just couldn’t center himself or focus at home and school, so I hoped having a structured class would help. We began classes in October 2016, and quickly after starting my daughter also wanted to take classes, so she jumped into it. I expected this to be a fun after-school activity and, although I had hoped they learned from it, I wasn’t expecting much. Boy was I wrong.

In less than a year my 7 year old twins have made a complete turnaround. Gone are the children who had little confidence and in their place are two strong individuals who are growing and getting better every single day. Their teachers have noticed a huge difference and remark about the positive changes. I have found that the staff at Aim High are thoroughly invested in each and every student. We plan on being members of Aim High Martial Arts for years to come.

I consider Aim High Martial Arts a part of my own family.

Aim High Martial Arts not only has the standard classes, but also have a strong foothold in the community, especially with children and individuals on the Autism spectrum through the Impact Program. Through this program children who have behavioral disorders are able progress and actively participate in every day life, learning skills that many of us take for granted. This is all thanks to donations to the program from people like you.

Aim High Martial Arts is holding Raise 2017 on August 5th, 2017. This is a perfect way to contribute to the community and directly impact the lives of so many involved. Sponsorship levels start at just $300.

Contact: Mandi Cox ([email protected]) with any questions or if you would like to sponsor the event.

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