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Serving the Local Community

AMOS is committed to serving the local community and local charities, whether that is by supporting veterans with PTSD, funding cancer research, helping local down syndrome families and reaching out to aged out foster kids.

Since 2021 we have raised over $125,000 in donations for these four charities and with your help we will continue to make our mark.

Through these charities at the community level, AMOS is directly supporting veterans programs, cancer research, down syndrome families and foster kids.

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Sponsored Charities

We’re proud to be a “community contributor.” Not only do we offer free fight training, but we also support the community by sponsoring several major events per year. Each of these events “target” a specific local charity. See below for services and support each of our sponsored charities provide.

100% of your contribution goes to the charity you choose below.

Compassion Planet

Every 2 minutes, a child enters the U.S. Foster Care System. At 18, they age out of foster care & become one of the most at-risk people groups in the United States.

  • 60% of trafficking victims come from foster care
  • Nearly 40% go homeless upon aging-out of the system
  • 1 in 4 will be imprisoned within 2 years of aging-out
  • Less than 50% graduate from high school
  • Less than 3% graduate from college
  • 70% are pregnant by 21 & 50% repeat the cycle of brokenness
  • Nearly 70% of California’s prison population were in the foster care system
Healing Heroes

Healing Heroes

Rocklin Residents Unite for Fido (RRUFF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was founded in 2010 with the goal of providing a safe, enclosed area for Rocklin area dog owners and their furry family members to enjoy time outdoors. The park is home to training classes for Guide Dogs for the Blind, AKC Star Puppy Program, Canine Companions, as well as a place for dogs and people with special needs. RRUFF has accomplished much more than building and maintaining an off-leash dog park. In 2014 the Healing Heroes Program was established.  This program funds the cost of service dog training and related expenses for Disabled American Veterans and First Responders with Post Traumatic Stress and other invisible disabilities.

Placer Breast Cancer Foundation

Placer Breast Cancer Foundation

The Placer Breast Cancer Foundation works to raise funds to fight breast cancer and promote education and outreach throughout the Placer and Sacramento County area. We raise these funds through individual donations, Foundation sponsored events, and via private organizations that host fundraisers in the Foundation’s name.

The funds raised stay within our local community for those who and have been affected by breast cancer in some way.

Gi-Gi’s Playhouse - Donations Through AMOS

Gi-Gi’s Playhouse

Our Mission and Purpose: To change the way the world views Down syndrome and to send a global message of acceptance for all.

Our Vision: To see a world where individuals with Down syndrome are accepted and embraced in their families, schools, and communities.

Our Niche: We change lives through the consistent delivery of free educational, therapeutic-based, and career development programs for individuals with Down syndrome, their families, and the community, through a replicable playhouse model.

Our Promise: A lifetime commitment to families.