The Pan-African Shotokan Karate Federation is looking for sponsors


The Pan-African Shokotan Do Karate Federation has been selected to compete in the Martial Arts Federation World Championship from March 29 to April 2.
Founder Michael Cindi said the competition will be held in Namibia and will be a great opportunity for his young students.

The Pan African Shokotan Karate Federation is asking for help from the community with sponsorships to enable them to compete in Namibia.

“There will be 68 countries competing throughout the competition. I would really like us to be part of it, since we were selected,” Cindi said.
He explained that the challenge now is student funding.
“We are still looking for sponsors for the trip. There are 25 people to house, but we have no funding.

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“It’s an unforgettable experience, especially for children. I’m not even looking to win the tournament but to experience it since they have never competed outside the country. It would be wonderful if they went there to experience martial arts with other countries,” he said.
Cindi said they would appreciate the support of the Springs community in any way possible.
“We’ve been training so hard since the start of the year. The kids can’t wait to compete in Namibia.
“We don’t want to disappoint them, all we want is help to make their wish come true. Parents can also help with donations to make children’s dreams come true,” he said.
To get in touch with Cindi, contact him on 073 212 9444.
Bank details: Ekurhuleni Shotokan Dojo, Absa, account number: 9344528375.

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