brains out. Obviously an event such as this would be traumatizing to say the least. Nightmares, loss of trust for anyone, anger, fear,
social seclusion, academic decline, despair, depression, and confusion. All of which can lead to drugs, alcohol, suicide, and gang activity
to name a few. This young girl withdrew from everyone, her grades plummeted to failing and anger dictated her life. Most people in her
life had all but given up on her to change. Today this young girl is an honor student, she is no longer the rebellious foul mouth kid that
trauma produced. Through strength, confidence and power this young girl now has the ability to become a champion of life.
An eight-year-old boy puts a gun to his head and tries to commit suicide but he doesn't have the strength to pull the slide and chamber the
bullet. His dad is in prison for drugs, his mom is also doing time, he was failing every subject in school (that is when he even went to
school) and he fought with someone every day. Today he is an honor student, he is active in sports, and he is both appreciative and kind.
He has now become a roll model for other kids in despair. Through strength, confidence and power this young man now has the ability to
become a champion of life.
One young boy fell asleep every night while banging his head against the headboard of his bed. With each stoke he repeated to himself, “I
am no good – I’m stupid and I’m clumsy – that’s why daddy hates me.” This kid was an at-risk-youth and today he is a World Jujitsu
Champion and a very successful adult.
A nine-year-old girl was repeatedly sexually assaulted by her uncle. She eventually became withdrawn but she dare not tell what had been
happening to her. The scum told her like so many other innocent victims that if she said anything, she would be to blame and everyone
would be mad at her. This little girl believed him because after all he was no stranger; he was mommy’s brother. Through strength,
confidence and power this little girl over came her fear of being blamed. Today she is a successful 23-year-old attending Penn State while
her uncle is finally where he belongs… State Pen.
The kids in these stories all have something in common, they are all children from West Virginia and they are all
products of BCI’s at-risk-youth program, “Problem-Solution-Change.” With your help we can continue to instill hope
in those who feel hopeless. With your help we can continue to produce champions of life.
Problem, Solution, Change (PSC) is a multifaceted self-improvement program designed for less fortunate boys and girls ranging from
the age of 6 to 16 years old. It was developed in 1999 by Martial Arts Hall of Fame member, Ernie Boggs while working with at-risk-youth
in Oxnard, California. Since then Mr. Boggs and his program have made significant gains in changing the lives of at-risk-youth who may
have otherwise become lost to today's society. The PSC program is both physically and mentally rewarding with the primary focus being
on academic achievement. The means of becoming a productive adult is stressed as students are taught “Nine Life Skills” required for
attaining a happy and successful life. This is an in-kind sponsorship program where as for every child sponsored by you or your
business is equally matched by Mr. Boggs.
The PSC program is divided into three categories, each focusing on a specific challenged group;
1. Little Warriors: The Little Warriors class was developed for at-risk-youth between the ages of 6 and 12 years old. The background
of these children may consist of being abused, neglected, or economically disadvantaged. There is something missing in their lives that
trust, friendship, and self-worth can change. These kids have all the potential in the world to become productive adults, they lack only
opportunity. They have the desire as much as the need to be there, but just can't afford it.
2. Troubled Teen: This is a module called CBC (Character Building Course). This course deals with kids 13 to 16 years old who
basically have similar backgrounds as the “Little Warriors” but they have already entered the arena of crime. This is a physical as well as
a mentally challenging course focusing on the improvement of one's character. These kids are often court-appointed to our program.
3. Physically Challenged: Thirdly, PSC works with physically challenged and special needs children as well as adults. The focus is
primarily on autistic individuals or those who have suffered from head trauma or brain injuries. This class has made remarkable changes
in the students' ability to improve social skills, maintain balance, thought retention and personal self-esteem.
A sponsorship pays for the following:
School Membership: $30.00 per month (Reg. $65.00) - 6 months $180.00 (Reg. $390.00)
Training Gear: Uniform = $25.00 (Reg. $40.00), Gloves = $25.00 (Reg. $35.00), Safety Kicks = $25.00 (Reg. $35.00),
Head Gear = $30.00 (Reg. $40.00), Mouth guard = $5.00
Total Sponsorship per child for six months is only $290.00
BCI MODERN DAY WARRIORS
15 Bailes Drive Nitro, West Virginia 25143 USA
(904) 254-5919 firstname.lastname@example.org
YOUTH SPONSORSHIP FORM
City _________________________________ State ____________ Zip _______________
Telephone _________________________________ E-mail ________________________
Street Address ____________________________________________________________
City ___________________________________ State ___________ Zip _______________
Gender Male ______ Female ______ Age _______
Other special support. Please explain: ________________________________________
I will be sponsoring the student as follows:
* A one time contribution of $______________
* Bronze Medal (3 month program) $ 140.00
* Silver Medal (6 month program) $ 290.00
* Gold Medal (1 Year program) $580.00
I, the undersigned, enter into this sponsorship agreement with the understanding that this form does not constitute a
contract and that this form will only be used for record keeping purposes, both for BCI and the respective sponsor.
Signature _____________________________________ Date: ______________________
Thank you for your generosity and for your support of our youth.
PLEASE PRINT THIS FORM OUT & MAIL IT IN WITH YOUR SPONSORSHIP TODAY.