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Balanced Fundraising to partner with MMA Textiles for a cause
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Aug '10
Balanced Fundraising has partnered with MMA Textiles to increase awareness of MMA's efforts to grow its business and train veterans. Balanced Funding's mission is to help other organizations to obtain funding for their causes.

The Crowd Funding system reaches out to people for contributions of any amount. Balanced Fundraising is sponsored by WeDoYourMarketing4You.com, also based in Palm Springs, Calif. MMA Textiles manufactures mixed martial arts apparel and other gear for the rapidly growing sport. The two companies announced their joint Crowd Funding campaign today.

Mr. Vicory, Executive Director of Balanced Fundraising, said of the new campaign, “We are working with MMA Textiles to get the word out about their job training program for veterans. We believe that helping these veterans of our military is a very important but underserved segment of the job training universe. Interested parties can visit the website we are sponsoring to see more at BalancedFundraising.org

Dave Pate, owner of MMA Textiles said, “This is something totally new to us. MMA Textiles has a history of helping veterans when they had nowhere to turn for help and this project will permit us to help even more of our veterans to return to productive lives.”

Help MMA Textiles to raise awareness of the special needs of veterans, many of whom have multiple issues such as being homeless, having substance abuse problems and other challenges that are being accentuated by the current economic climate.

Help MMA to get the financial support needed to put more of these deserving veterans to work and give them training in a trade for life.

Develop long-term employment for more veterans in other businesses like MMA Textiles in the future.

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