fodada International Women’s
Self Defense Day - November 17th, 2018
We are very excited to announce the 7th Annual fodada International Women's Self Defense Day. This program aims to empower women by providing and facilitating free self-defense classes in communities around the globe.
In the past six years, we have reached milestones in this movement. We’ve expanded our locations from right here in Southern California, to as far as Pakistan, Israel, South Africa, India, and more. We have provided these self-defense classes to over 6,000 women in 30 US cities and 15 countries around the globe at no cost, and we are excited to expand our program further this year.
From schools, to community centers, business board rooms and to open fields, fodada partners with individuals, groups, companies and organizations like yours that recognize the importance of women’s empowerment, and are interested in becoming catalysts for this powerful message and movement. There is no cost for the program and our facilitation.
To inquire about additional information or partnership please contact fodada at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to watch our program in action.
ways to get involved
Be a host for a self defense class
Want to host an event in your community, at your offices, or school? we can help publicize the event, Register attendees and provide you with an instructor. Please contact email@example.com
Want to attend a local event to have this event happen in your area?
If you or your group is interested in having this event in your area or just interested in attending a program close to you, please send your information, your city and state and number in your party to firstname.lastname@example.org
Be an instructor for a self defense class
Want to help instruct a class in your community or at your studio? We can help connect with a location in need of an instructor or publicize the event at your studio as well as register attendees. Please contact email@example.com
“The service you have provided to me and my family is priceless.”
- Mother of 2015 participant