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Since joining PowerUP Scholarship Fund as Program Coordinator in June, I have had the pleasure of learning more about our scholarship families. Over the last

Every week, more than 60 students come to Warriors Forever Martial Arts to learn from PowerUP instructor Guillermo Cesario. Since partnering with PowerUP in March

PowerUP has had the pleasure of partnering with Agape Youth and Family Centers since 2018. Both organizations share a common goal of serving youth in

Like many schools, Nickajack Elementary School has an After School Program (ASP) that allows children a chance to learn about things they don’t see in

As a first-generation college student, Yulvi Reyes Solorio has always understood the immense importance of education. Through her studies and community outreach projects, she found

9-year-old Izabella Curry started her martial training almost a year ago, and has recently been able to continue classes with her PowerUP Scholarship. On a

Scott Tasker, one of our instructors, brings his passion for helping kids to PowerUP. He’s been with us for about a year and began practicing

2021 was a busy year for PowerUP. I signed joined PowerUP in September as Executive Director. We started Joanne Scee Memorial Fund in honor of

We’re excited to introduce you to Richard Trammell, one of our martial arts instructors. He’s been working with us for four years. Richard has been

I’m proud to share an exciting update: PowerUP was recently honored as a beneficiary of the 2022 Atlanta Charity Clays charity event. The benefit began

At PowerUP, the core of our mission is to help kids thrive. That’s why we are so proud to tell you about a huge milestone.

Xochitl Aguilar has practiced self-defense at PowerUP with Sensei Richard for nearly four years. We spoke with Xochitl and her mom Teresa recently about Xochitl’s

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