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Jiu-Jitsu Tribe and Braus launch gi to help social projects

What if the next time you decide to buy a gi, because of this purchase, another person in an impoverished community receives a brand new gi and belt to train at their social project? Is this something you would be interested in? If yes, this is an excellent opportunity to “pay it forward” for what jiu-jitsu has done for you.

In conjunction with Braus Fight & Braus Foundation, the 501 c3 nonprofit Organization Jiu-Jitsu Tribe (JJT) proudly announces its Jiu-Jitsu Tribe GI made by Braus. Purchase one gi and produce another Gi for a child.

Gustavo Dantas, 6th degree-black belt, have lived in the USA for the last twenty-four years, half his life, and he co-founded the organization in 2010. He travel and visits social projects around the world, meets tribes and their leaders, and witnesses the impact of jiu-jitsu in their communities to share with the supporters and donors stories of how jiu-jitsu can change lives in many ways.

Dantas shared: “JJT Mission is to inspire, impact, and improve the lives of at-risk children and young adults in impoverished communities worldwide utilizing jiu-jitsu as a personal development tool for kids & young adults in partnership with Mental Health related organizations and local Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academies. We also support social projects that offer free jiu-jitsu classes to their communities. We do so by providing facility improvements with construction, new equipment like new mats and uniforms, and, most importantly, guaranteeing the sustainability of the programs by offering a monthly salary.”

Would you agree the world would be better if more people trained jiu-jitsu? Most likely, if you train jiu-jitsu, your answer is Yes. However, not everyone has access or funds to pay for a gi and the monthly dues. That is when incredible leaders teach jiu-jitsu for free, and JJT tries its best to inspire, impact, and improve their projects in some way.

By providing access to training and resources, these social projects can help address the issue of limited access and funds and provide a positive outlet for those in need. Jiu-jitsu is more than just a sport; it can also help build confidence, discipline, and resilience, which are valuable life skills that can have a lasting impact. The focus on helping at-risk individuals can also help to break the cycle of poverty and violence in these communities, leading to a better future for all. So, in a way, promoting jiu-jitsu can help to create a better world in multiple ways.

If you connect with the brand’s message and want to help inspire, impact and improve those children and young adults from underprivileged tribes, this Gi is for you!

PRE-ORDER ONLY. The pre-sale ends on February 28. Kimonos’s estimated time of arrival is May 1, 2023.

Discount code FREE SHIPPING https://jiu-jitsu-tribe.myshopify.com/discount/FREESHIPPING

JJT KIMONOS, inspiring, impacting, and improving lives one Gi at of time.

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Written by Vitor Freitas

Jornalista, Vitor Freitas atua diretamente na produção de conteúdo para o Jiu-Jitsu de todas as formas a mais de 10 anos.

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