Columbia, SC, March 27, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Sensei Chris Feldt, owner and chief instructor for Samurai Karate Studio located in Richland Northeast Columbia, South Carolina, recently reported that his school donated 70 pounds of food to Harvest Hope Food Bank as part of the Souper Bowl of Caring national program.
"The Souper Bowl of Caring is a national movement in the United States that asks people to volunteer or support a worthy charity in the weeks leading up the the Super Bowl," commented Sensei Feldt, "We decided that we would help support Harvest Hope Food Bank and asked our students and friends to donate canned food items."
In just a few short weeks, Samurai Karate Studio collected 70 pounds of food.
"I hope that each year, we can make this a bigger event and collect more food," commented Sensei Feldt, "but I am happy with this year's efforts and thank my students and parents who donated."
Samurai Karate Studio teaches karate to children and adults, beginning at age 4 years. Their curriculum includes self defense, character development, leadership skills and non violent ways to defeat the bully.
If you would like to learn more about what the benefits of the martial arts would be for your child, please call Sensei Feldt at 803-462-9425.