CVille Movement For The People, Inc. offers traditional martial arts programs to the people of the Charlottesville, Virginia area, regardless of ability to pay. CMFTP is in the process of obtaining a Virginia 501(c)(3) corporation. Apply to take classes for free or at a price within your budget. Your tax deductible donation allows Cville children & parents to participate in Martial Arts who may not otherwise have the opportunity or financial ability.
A Dedication to:
- “at‐risk” children involved in delinquency
- children who are experiencing abuse, neglect or mistreatment
- children with behavioral and/or academic issues
- children desiring to get the physical, emotional and mental benefits from regular participation in a traditional martial arts program.
Extensive academic research shows that traditional martial arts programs are directly correlated to increased academic achievement in students and to significant positive effects on the physical, emotional, and mental conditions of adults and children. CMFTP offers traditional martial arts programs to the children of the Charlottesville, Virginia area, regardless of ability to pay to benefit and improve their lives. If you are eligible, simply complete and return the application, and we will get you or your kids in a uniform in no-time (we also provide uniforms for those in need).
CMFTP operates a traditional taekwon-do program through one of the oldest martial arts systems, the Kwon Jae-Hwa Federation. Students will be able to move up in rank through continuous participation. Students in need may be referred by parents, schools, health providers, law enforcement or by other interested parties or may choose on their own to participate in CMFTP’s martial arts program. If the student cannot pay (or can partially pay), after CMFTP verifies the financial need, CMFTP, upon application, will enroll the student for free or upon a reduced payment plan. The enrollment is good for 12 months and can be continuous renewal.
Although traditional martial arts date back to approximately 50, B.C., it’s been only in the latter part of the 20th century that academic and scientific researchers have studied and documented the significant benefits of traditional martial arts. Traditional martial arts students who regularly practice, according to extensive research, have increased cognitive abilities and increased self-control. CVILLE MOVEMENT FOR THE PEOPLE offers traditional martial arts programs to Charlottesville area students in need, particularly children who are “at-risk”, who have emotional and mental needs and who otherwise cannot afford to pay for a martial arts program.