The J.K. Lee Blackbelt Academy’s 22nd annual Board Break-A-Thon on Feb. 20 at Bayshore Town Center in Glendale promises to be another great day to kick cancer. Over the last 20 years J.K. Lee students have raised about $685,000 to help kids with cancer. During the MACC Fund’s six-year partnership with the Lees and the J.K. Lee students, the Board Break-A-Thon has raised over $275,000!
The partnership has been a tremendous opportunity for many to learn about the martial arts, the discipline involved, and particularly about how the J.K. Lee students are consistently helping others in their communities.
The world-renowned J.K. Lee Black Belt Academy focuses on building character through core values like respect of others and self, encouragement and support of one another, and celebrations of one another’s successes. These values form the basis for success in martial arts when coupled with an emphasis on physical fitness and well-being, not fighting. J.K. Lee’s talented, grounded, decorated and disciplined ensemble of instructors are committed to changing both the lives of their students and the lives of those in the communities they serve. J.K. Lee’s dedication to helping others is why the Board Break-A-Thon has been a long running smashing success. Thanks so much to the Lees and their family of students and everyone who will make the 22nd Annual Board Break-A-Thon possible.
If you wish to make a donation, please visit http://2016JKLeeBBAT.kintera.org/.
Milwaukee, WI 53226