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 Agency for Donations & Grants

About Agency for Donations & Grants (ADG)

ADG focuses on carrying out projects such as the 1000 Ways To Give, Disaster Relief Funds and the Martial Arts Scholarship programs, which worldwide helps to put resources into the hands of the underrepresented and underprivileged individuals and families who desperately need them. For examples, distribute food to the homeless, contribute money and necessary supplies to victims affected by natural disasters like earthquakes and tsunamis, and provide youth between the ages of 12 and 24, martial arts scholarships so they can pursue marital arts as a means to cultivate self-discipline, improve their health, and learn respect, honor and courtesy.


1000 Ways To Give
1000 Ways To Give helps worldwide to put resources into the hands of people who desperately need them, which include underrepresented and underprivileged individuals and families. Hundreds of items collected through the program were directly delivered to the L.A. Mission, which for the past 75 years has been providing compassionate and humanitarian services to many thousands of people in desperate need of help, such as the homeless living on the streets of Downtown L.A. Learn more »

Disaster Relief Fund
Disaster Relief Fund is to raise relief funds, and gather relief goods and supplies from donors in the United States in order to help victims in areas devastated by disasters such as earthquakes, tsunami, tornadoes, hurricanes, etc. For example, for the 2011 Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, the program donated the victims relief funds and shipped their first 20-foot container to Japan that delivered much needed relief goods and supplies throughout the land torn areas. Learn more »

Martial Arts Scholarship
Martial Arts Scholarship is designed to provide youth and children between the ages of 12 and 24 the necessary funds so they can pursue training in the martial arts as a means to cultivate self-discipline, improve their health, and learn respect, honor and courtesy. MASP offers two initiatives, grants and an International Martial Arts Exchange Program. The mission of the program is to cultivate self-discipline and enhance one’s potential through martial arts. Learn more and apply »


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