Aidan: What is the best part, in your opinion, of being an instructor at charleston taekwondo. Donovan Rider: Things like this (kicking for a cure), making a change, even if it’s small, the amount of money raised today is already well above 10,000 and it’s not over yet. The kids I instruct made this happen. Not me. (Aidan Furlong)
Aidan: What is the best part, in your opinion, of being an instructor at charleston taekwondo. Donovan Rider: Things like this (kicking for a cure), making a change, even if it’s small, the amount of money raised today is already well above 10,000 and it’s not over yet. The kids I instruct made this happen. Not me.

Aidan Furlong

Kicking For A Cure

October 22, 2020

For the past 3 years Charleston Taekwondo has held an event called Kicking For a Cure. This event is held in order to raise money for the MUSC Children’s Hospital in Downtown Charleston. 100% of the proceeds earned go to the hospital in order to fund cancer research. For every board broken at the event, $10 will be donated.This year’s event earned a total of $27,500. All of which will go to MUSC.

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