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Our charter school families can fulfill their physical education requirements by participating in MSMAP activities. Contact your child's Education Facilitator for more information about your school providing funding for activities.
Download our "Rules & Expectations" information sheet to get a quick overview of what we require in the studio.
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For further information, please read our "Frequently Asked Questions".
Our purpose is to build a better community by offering intelligent, comprehensive martial arts training to develop stronger minds and bodies. As a non-profit, we offer all this as a gift to the community. We ask for a suggested donation of $30/month.
How may donations to MSMAP be “tax-deductible”?
MSMAP is an organization making a charitable contribution to the community. Ultimately, MSMAP is about helping our community become a better place.
This isn’t empty talk. MSMAP is recognized by both the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the State of California as a charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. tax code . This IRS recognition makes contributions to public charities such as MSMAP an attractive strategy for reducing taxes because contributions to MSMAP may be tax-deductible. This is correct: donations to MSMAP may be deducted from your tax returns for that tax year depending upon your personal tax situation.
Additionally, MSMAP is a registered charity with the California Attorney General’s office.
IRS FEIN: 27-1470306
CA RCT Reg#: CT0200211
Bottom line: MSMAP isn’t a for-profit business, and it certainly isn’t collecting money to put into someone’s pocket so they get rich and drive fancy cars. MSMAP puts its money to use fulfilling it’s exempt purpose: helping improve our community one child at a time.
Look us up. Use the Tax Exempt Organization Search Tool on the IRS web site (Publication 78) and search the California Attorney General’s Registry of Charitable Trusts to learn what the status of MSMAP is with the federal and state governments: