Make a Contribution to our Foundation and Receive a Tax Deduction For The Blind Grapplers and Veterans With Disabilities
Contributions Earn a 100%
IRS Approved November 6, 2018
We are performing mental health services to the underserved where they would not have the opportunity to benefit from a curriculum that directly addresses their needs and concerns. These include and are not limited to depression, addiction to prescription medication, suicide, weight gain, isolation.
Angel Adorno, a blind Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competitor from Clockwork BJJ in NYC and Co founder of No Limits Jiu Jitsu foundation is currently training to compete in many additional new categories that Ascension Grappling Championships has created for us.
Angel is a 3X medalist in sighted Brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournaments since 2015. Angel recently earned the silver medal at the first ever new category where the visually impaired competed against each other.
No Limits Jiu Jitsu Foundation successfully raised $2,500 to host this first ever category of visually impaired and blind grapplers with the help of Ascension Grappling on October 1, 2022 in Stamford CT. See video now!
No Limits Jiu Jitsu Foundation flew in Mike “Armbar King” Sanchez from Gracie Barra South Austin Texas for this Ascension Grappling first ever category. Thank you Ascension for your support and thank you Mike for being the coolest guy from Texas. Mike took the gold and won the first championship belt.
Once again, we are making history by having successfully launched this October 1, 2022 new category for the visually impaired and blind grapplers that is rapidly growing into additional categories with the help of Ascension Grappling. The next additional round of new categories will be for Veterans with disabilities, which is written into No Limits charter, set for February 2023. We plan to have 4 blind grapplers and 4 veterans with disabilities February 2023 to rock the BJJ world. The cost for the February 2023 event is estimated at $12,000.
The average cost per local athlete for the start up equipment and first tournament is $500. The average cost per out of town athlete for the start up equipment and first tournament is $2500.
Your modest contributions goes a long way, as 100% of donations go towards the athletes competition Gi, rash guard, BJJ bag, tournament fees and in some cases, travel and lodging for our out of town competitors. No Limits Jiu Jitsu Foundation does not compensate its directors or officers.
We are performing services to the underserved where they would not have the opportunity to benefit from a curriculum that directly addresses their needs and concerns. These include and are not limited to depression, addiction to prescription medication, suicide, weight gain, isolation.