Kamikaze Punishment Foundation Visions & Goals in OUR community
Kamikaze Punishment Foundation connection with choosing the MS Society of Canada- AB & NWT Division as our charity of choice.
"Embrace the Grind Towards Success"-Kamikaze
In my mid 20’s I personally was sidelined with a rare illness masking the effects of MS. I spent 2 years recovering from a rare neurological diseases caused by an infection in by spinal fluid attacking my brain. With having experienced all the symptoms an MS patient may go through such as blurred or double vision, thinking problems, clumsiness or a lack of coordination, loss of balance, numbness, tremors, and weakness I hold that charity close to my heart. My family supported me in my time of need and we literally tried everything you can imagine to help me heal up properly to continue my life, as I am truly blessed for a 2nd chance at the game of life and will not take it for granted. With time I was able to recover but knowing how difficult it can be living with MS on the regular motivated me even more to spread the word of living a healthy life style and simple being a good role model in society as team work makes the dream work!
The goal of creating the Kamikaze Punishment Foundation is to provide quality amateur combative sports programs available to the children and youth in the community. As we have evolved through out the years the demand for parents to want to train as their children are training we have opened training to adults for this reason but keep our main focus the children & youth! This transformation has created what we see today a family friendly martial arts training facility offering quality amateur combative sports programs to the community at a reasonable rate with no compromise to quality.
“Leadership is a matter of having people look at you and gain confidence…If you’re in control, they’re in control.”
Youth Empowerment with our martial arts program Be a Buddy not a Bully
*Check Your Ego At The Door*
“Believe in your infinite potential. Your only limitations are those you set upon yourself.”
― Roy T. Bennett,
What makes Kamikaze Punishment Foundation Unique-Authentic Martial Arts-Comradery-Family Friendly-And much more!
Many people don't realize the importance of having non-profit organizations in a community. These businesses serve to better the local community and beyond, while also using all income to cover expenses only and incur no monetary profit. A non-profit organization is able to utilize volunteers as a way to keep costs low and provide services to local residents and much needed support to the area in which they operate. Because volunteers are usually choosing to work an organization they believe in, this often means a higher quality of service provided, not to mention the savings that comes from not having to give them a paycheck.
While non-profits by nature don't have any actual monetary gain from operation, they still require quality employees and volunteers for jobs that need specialized skills. These organizations are quite similar to regular, for-profit, businesses and need many of the same types of employees like accountants, designers for graphics and computer programmers. Non-profits are also in need of the same types of goods as for profit businesses. Things like phone services, internet, technological equipment, building materials, rent and equipment specialized to the particular organization still must be purchased. When the non-profit organization purchases these items in the local community, they're also helping to increase the local economy.
Non-profits need the support of donors and sponsorships from both individuals and local businesses to run day to day operations and be able to maintain their non-profit status. Those who provide financial help to non-profits can help others in some way, even if they may not have the time to volunteer services. Helping out these organizations can give a worthwhile feeling, because in the end, you'll know that you're helping many people in the local community.
“Leaders are made, they are not born. They are made by hard effort, which is the price which all of us must pay to achieve any goal that is worthwhile.”
Never give up! Failure and rejection are only the first step to succeeding.
Kamikaze Punishment Foundation's Principles
- To empoower & promote healthy living as a lifelong interest amateur sports of boxing, wrestling and taekwondo.
- Make amateur sports of boxing, wrestling and taekwondo, available for families at all income levels and work with anyone’s budget so all youths can participate in our programs offered.
-Create a fun alternative for youth fitness with amateur sports of boxing, wrestling and taekwondo programs.
-Offer youth programs for the community to participate in and reach their personal goals.
-Engage the youth in our community to train in our facility and maintain 80% of our membership below the age of 21.
-To develop recreational fitness opportunities for the community.
-To develop high performance athletes in amateur sports of boxing, wrestling and taekwondo.
-To achieve financial self-sufficiency as a non for profit society.
-To increase the number of participants in the efficient administration of the amateur sports of boxing, wrestling and taekwondo.
-To increase the number of participants in the amateur sports of boxing, wrestling and taekwondo.
-To promote greater public awareness of the health benefits of boxing, wrestling and taekwondo programs.
-To develop and maintain qualified coaches in accordance with the NCCP for amateur sports of boxing, wrestling and taekwondo.
-To raise the technical level of amateur sports athletes with our programs of boxing, wrestling and taekwondo.
-To increase female participation in amateur sports of boxing, wrestling and taekwondo.