DB4C are proud to welcome Doncaster’s leading Martial Arts School to their swelling ranks of key business supporters.
ACMAC Martial Arts were founded in 2003 in Balby and have since expanded to other areas of Doncaster with ACMAC Schools currently operating in Rossington, Dunscroft and Bentley as well as their original School in Balby, which now serves as their Head Quarters.
The Schools teach a variety of Martial Arts disciplines to Children and Adults of all ages, with their youngest students being just 5 years old and their oldest students being in their 70’s. ACMAC is also very active on the Competition scene and has trained 30 World Champions in the past 5 years, a number that grows year in year out thanks to their fantastic Team of Coaches, dedicated Athletes and hard working Fundraisers.
ACMAC Founder and Chief Instructor, Andy Crittenden, said: “Ours is an Amateur Sport and thus we have to spend a lot of time raising money for our Team to be able to compete all over the UK and abroad in order to be the best they can be.
One of our main aims is to develop Confidence in our students, young and old; it is equally important, as is Self Defence, which really is our primary focus and something we do better than anyone in the area.
By working with Doncaster Business for the Community our Head Quarter School in Balby would be willing to take on Scholarships where Children could attend our classes for free over a 12 month period. This would be decided by ACMAC and DB4C together as part of our mission to improve the health and wellbeing of the young people of Doncaster.”
DB4C Director and Trustee, Nigel Tomlinson added: “ACMAC is a true Doncaster success story. For almost 15 years they have worked in Doncaster building confidence, discipline and fitness for people of all ages and they are a credit to this town and a key member of the business community. They share our passion for making a difference to peoples' lives and their commitment to training scholarships is clear proof of this. We are very proud to have them as a supporter.”