10.16.2011

BJJAT GIVES AID TO FLOOD-RELIEF IN THAILAND

The BJJAT gives aid to the flood victims in Thailand through this years Thailand Open. While we continue be safe and dry here in Bangkok, many areas of Thailand are suffering from record floods. Many families now homeless and businesses unable to continue, the association is doing the following to help.

-100 baht from each competitors' tournament-fee will be collected and donated to flood-relief.

-At registration, we will be accepting additional donations from competitors in either cash or food donations (rice).

-Following the tournament, the Monday black-belt seminar is now a charity seminar where cash and food donations will be accepted at Q23 Academy. Please refer to the poster for details. Participating black-belts are:

Stephen Kamphuis
Marcos Escobar
Andy Wang
Makoto Ogasawara
Dan Simmler
Silvio Braga
Ray Elbe
Rodrigo Caporal
Adam Kayoom


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kamphuis :)

LUKE said...

I'll let the graphic designer know about the typo.

LUKE said...

The poster has been revised by the graphic-designer to reflect the correct spelling of names + added logos by sponsoring black-belts.

Anonymous said...

Hey Luke,

Is there anyway to donate through you guys other than visiting BKK? I don't compete this year but i'm thinking of donation.

from JPN

LUKE said...

Dear JPN,

Please contact me at luke@bjj-asia.com.

Thank you,
Luke

LUKE said...

If you are unable to attend the tournament this weekend but would like to donate to flood-relief in Thailand, please check out Red Cross Society: http://english.redcross.or.th/home