Evolve MMA’s community outreach program changes lives of orphans, unwanted & troubled kids

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Four years ago, Evolve MMA in Singapore established a community outreach program to spread the life-changing qualities of martial arts so known to its artists. Kru Yoddecha, Kru Chatri and coordinator Richard Wee found the program’s first partner with the Boys’ Town Home, a sanctuary where orphans, troubled kids and unwanted kids can fulfill their lives with love and life skills.

One of those kids was Hsien “Milo” Hwee, an eighteen-year-old who is the student of the month for Feb. 2014. A second-year college student in an IT program, he trains Muay Thai at Evolve. He was a troubled kid with low self-confidence and therefore his parents sent him to Boys’ Town but the sanctuary and martial arts have since helped him turn his life around.

Since Richard Wee, called “Papa Wee” to the boys, was working with Boys’ Town already, he decided that introducing martial arts to some of them would enrich their lives further. With world champion Muay Thai instructors, otherwise troubled kids can reap the benefits of training in the most capable environment.

In this way, students can involve to be the new champions. Check out the video of Milo and his Evolve Community Outreach Program:

Learn more about GMA Evolve MMA in Singapore and their outreach program here: http://evolve-mma.com/

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