MISSION
We are a Family oriented corporation that is a community service organization that teaches judo to kids and adults with the purpose of creating better athletes and a better community, while preparing them for Olympic competition. 

The maxims of Judo:
1) Character Strength;
2.) Sincerity;
3.) Etiquette;
4.) Self Control;
5.) Promote concept of minimum effort to obtain maximum efficiency and derive mutual prosperity;
6.) Effort.

VISION
The creation of a unified community of citizens who work as a collective to achieve and deliver Mutual Benefit & Welfare through Athletics, Education, Art, and Public Service.

GUIDING PRINCIPLES

Always strive to exemplify and to achieve the “GOLDEN RULE” of, “DO UNTO OHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOU!”, while utilizing the primary principles, practices, and methodologies Judo as the base of our Service Delivery Platform.

MARTIAL ARTS
Training strictly in the Kodokan methodology of the Olympic Combat Sport of Judo (we are a "competitive versus recreational school) and Combat Jiu-Jitsu (proven methods of "self-defense").

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ABOUT MOJJJO, INCORPORATED

MOJJJO, Incorporated provides Judo Instructions to Able Bodied and Blind & Visually Impaired children and adults to prepare them for possible Junior and Senior Olympic/Paralympic competitions.  Additionally, MOJJJO, Incorporated provides educational counselling to both children and adults.  It is MOJJJO, Incorporated’s aspiration to expand our services to include Olympic leveled Weightlifting, Boxing, and other Martial Arts.

MOJJJO, Incorporated is a non-profit corporation that depends upon the generous donations from citizens just like you.  MOJJJO, Incorporated is staffed by volunteers so that the bulk of your donation, except for minor administrative, printing, mailing, phone calling costs, etc., is utilized to “directly support” those whom MOJJJO, Incorporated is chartered to assist.



DIVISIONS of MOJJJO
 
MOJJJO
U. S.  MILITARY OUTREACH JUDO & JiU-JITSU ORGANIZATION, Incorporated