Train Taekwondo Schools chosen charity is Fighting Blindness.
At Train Taekwondo Schools our instructors try their hardest to demonstrate and teach a high level of courtesy within the class. Courtesy starts by arriving to class on time and ensuring you have your belt and sparing equipment.
Students who regularly arrive late and forget they equipment will be asked to pay a £1 fine to the above charity on each occasion. Mr Cook will ensure he has the charity box with him in class.
About the Charity
Fighting Blindness is an Irish patient-led charity with a vision to cure, support and empower. Funding world-leading research into treatments and cures for blindness, while caring for people and families through counselling and peer to peer support services. Through education and advocacy working tirelessly to empower the 246,773 people in Ireland living with blindness or vision impairment.
Thanks to our wonderful donors we have invested over €17 million in over 90 research projects since our inception in 1983.
Our vision is to cure blindness, to support people living with sight loss, and to empower patients.
Cure – We promote and facilitate the development of treatments and cures which are accessible to everyone affected by sight loss.
Support – Whether you’re losing your sight or you’re blind or partially sighted, our practical and emotional support can help you face the future with confidence.
Empower – We work in partnership with all stakeholder groups in the areas of health, science, industry and government to empower patients and to achieve the greatest impact in the global fight against blindness.