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  • 2 Apr 2018 2:11 PM | Anonymous

    We are ramping up for our annual fundraiser, the Punch and Kick-A-Thon. Youth Program students are pounding the pavement telling people what training at Oakland Kajukenbo Kwoon means to them and asking for donations. Teen and Adult students are preparing to lead thousands of punches and kicks as well as face painting, holding boards for breaking and creating the obstacle course.

    We are currently at 8% of our total goal of $10,000. What can you do?

    Get creative! Do a demonstration somewhere in your neighborhood with a group from your training community and collect donations.

    Send out letters, texts and emails (or other platforms) about how important your Kajukenbo training is to you and request donations.

    Make a poster with photos and drawings about Kajukenbo training and bring it to school to inspire support from friends, teachers and school staff. 

    Make your own fundraising page on social media and blast it out to your fans!

    Information about our school and the ability to click and donate is on our website. You can also just direct interested people there.

    Other great ideas?

  • 21 Mar 2018 6:01 PM | Anonymous

    Thank you everyone in the Oakland Kajukenbo Kwoon training community and all the families for helping students prepare for and compete in the Mokomoko Invitational Tournament this past Saturday, March 17th. It was incredibly inspiring to see the clean expression of our art, Kajukenbo, in all the events. Our student body was very tough, our technique was crisp and fierce, students had great sporting behavior throughout and everyone looked out for each other amidst the chaos. The preparation our whole school underwent in leading up to this event led to a quality of confidence and courage that shined out brightly. 

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