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InPower Foundation

An award-winning non profit foundation focusing on increasing personal power through ancient martial arts principles based and self empowerment.

Education. Classes. Resources. Training. Advocacy.

We educate and advocate in the areas of Anti-Bullying,

Health & Wellness, Martial Arts, Resilience, Life Skills, Teens, Safety, Self-Empowerment, Self Defense and Suicide Prevention.


InPower™ Foundation's work has received both local and national recognition,

and has been featured on ABC, NBC, Spike TV, CW and FOX. 

InPower™ Foundation is the Recipient of Family Tree's "Volunteer Service of the Year" Award. 

Our mission is to enhance lives using ancient wisdom principles with current day practical application. Using training from martial arts, self-defense, and self empowerment in education, classes, training, resources and advocacy.

InPower™ Foundation non profit status is pending; application for our tax-exempt 501(c)(3) awaits approval.

We provide services free of charge through generous grants and private/corporate donations. 
Our services include classes, training, keynote speeches, resources and advocacy. 

Our focus is on: Anti-bullying, Health & Wellness, Martial Arts, Resilience, Safety, Self-empowerment, Self Defense and Suicide Prevention.

 InPower™ Foundation has partnered with the public and private sectors, government agencies, universities, public schools, scout troops, children's camps, law enforcement, faith-based organizations, at-risk youth, women's organizations, and homeless shelters.


In 2017, InPower™ Foundation advocated to the State of Colorado requesting

a Proclamation for October to be named Colorado National Bullying Prevention Month.

WHEREAS, bullying is physical, verbal, sexual, or emotional harm or intimidation intentionally directed at a person or group of people; and

WHEREAS, bullying occurs in neighborhoods, playgrounds, schools, and through technology, such as the Internet and cell phones; and

WHEREAS, various researchers have concluded that bullying is the most common form of violence, affecting millions of American children and adolescents annually; and

WHEREAS, thousands of Colorado children and adolescents are affected by bullying annually; and

WHEREAS, targets of bullying are more likely to acquire physical, emotional, and learning problems and students who are repeatedly bullied often fear such activities as riding the bus, going to school, and attending community activities; and

WHEREAS, children who bully are at greater risk of engaging in more serious violent behaviors; and

WHEREAS, children who witness bullying often feel less secure, more fearful, and intimated.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that it is proclaimed October as Colorado National Bullying Prevention Month; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Colorado schools, students, parents, recreation programs, religious institutions, and community organizations be encouraged to engage in a variety of awareness and prevention activities designed to make our communities safer for all children and adolescents.

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