Basic Organization Information
KARATE FOR CHRIST OF MICHIGAN
- Physical Address:
Grand Rapids, MI
- NTEE Category:
X Religion, Spiritual Development
- Ruling Year:
To proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ. To reach the lost, mature the saints, serve our communities, and to touch the lives of “at risk youth” and families in need. To do these things throughout the world via the medium, lessons, and discipline of martial arts. To teach the best and most effective martial art we know. To serve God, minister to others, and teach the children well.
We are here to reach at-risk youth and their extended families with the gospel of Jesus Christ through the Martial Arts. We have several locations within the state of Michigan. We also minister to senior citizens through our specialized self defense programs and Bible studies.
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Board of Directors
Officers for Fiscal Year (IRS Form 990)
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Karate For Chirst
Children & Youth (0-19 years)
- Population Served:
Ethnic/Racial Minorities -- General
Reaching at risk youth and their families through the venue of the martial arts.
Program Long-Term Success:
We have put about 100 people through our program. Several have stayed on as volunteers to help teach others. We work with various handicapped youth and adults including aspergers, adhd, epileptics, anger issues, single parent homes, inability to read and write,
Program Short-Term Success:
Every class is a success story because they all become better then when they started. We have several immigrants from Dominican Republic, Mexico, Brazil, Indonesia, Korea and Whites and blacks.
Program Success Monitored by:
Attendance and meeting the curriculums requirements.
Program Success Examples:
Advancement in rank, ability, confidence, and learned leadership qualities.
Impact Summary from the Nonprofit
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