At Aim High Academy of Martial Arts, community responsibility and volunteerism are key components of our Intelligent Curriculum. Our students have completed over 10,000 hours in community service projects to benefit other organizations and businesses. We host workshops helping our youth, elderly, young girls, and so much more. For many years Aim High has partnered with amazing like-minded charities like The Edwards Center to provide specialized programs targeting those with special needs. This one-of-kind program for adults and children, builds confidence, self-esteem and self-defense skills for some of our most vulnerable people. Our anti bullying campaign and our youth empowerment leadership program include those with special needs as part of our efforts to reach out to at risk youth.
Aim High is unique in the way that it realizes annual funding. Over our ten years in business we have developed the martial arts school as the primary funding arm of the organization so that our administrative costs are through that monthly tuition funding. Because of this we can say 90-100% of donation income goes directly to work with field needs and isn’t used by administrative costs. This is HUGE in the nonprofit world.