Chair Boundless attains nonprofit status

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Mike Patke of Chair Boundless Self Defense celebrates his new 501(c)(3) nonprofit status. Anza Valley Outlook/Diane Sieker photo
Mike Patke of Chair Boundless Self Defense announced that the organization’s application 501(c)(3) nonprofit status has been approved. He pursued the designation to expand the offering of his self-defense instruction organization, he said. Patke has been teaching martial arts for well over 40 years. He is the founder of N.R.G. Martial Arts and Well Being. Chair Boundless – Freedom through Mobility is a martial arts program for people who use wheelchairs and is designed to “empower these people with ‘handicaps’ to become ‘handicapable.’” “I received my nonprofit status July 2, 2020,” Patke said. “I operated ChairBoundless classes for the last six years, starting right here at the Anza Community Hall. I wanted to become a nonprofit because people wished to support
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