Bushido 100 Club raised at the House of Commons!

Bushido 100 Club raised at the House of Commons!

During April a number of our students took on the Cancer Research challenge of 100 push-ups per day and the club has raised thousands of pounds and is the top Team in the UK for the amount of money raised.

Kirsten Oswald Member of Parliament for East Renfrewshire visited our club and we had the honor that Kirsten put forward an “Early Day Motion” to the House of Commons.

Bushido 100 Club

That this House congratulates everyone at Bushido 100 Club , a group of students from Bushido Karate Association(BKA), on their significant fundraising efforts for cancer research; notes that Bushido 100 Club members are doing 100 push-ups per day during the month of April and have raised an impressive £5,268 as of 11 April 2024; understands BKA was founded on 28 April 1974 by Donald MacInnes in the Muirend and that the association has since expanded into numerous locations in East Renfrewshire, Glasgow and the surrounding areas; recognizes that BKA has produced many individual and team champions throughout its history; further notes that BKA hosts many different clubs and classes across East Renfrewshire including at Fairweather Hall Newton Mearns, Netherlee Scout Hall, Williamwood High School, Greenbank Parish Church and Mearns Parish Church; recognizes that the Association has done significant work to ensure classes are open to all, including running classes with coaches trained to support autistic members; highlights that nearly one-in-two people will Face a diagnosis of cancer during their lifetime and commends Bushido100 Club for their fantastic fundraising efforts; wishes BKA Chairman Sensei John Elliot an everyone taking part in the 100 push up challenge all the very best as they continue their efforts throughout April; and applauds the dedication and hard work of all coaches and participants at BKA.

Tabled by

Kirsten Oswald MP

Member of Parliament for East Renfrewshire


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