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MENOMONEE CLUB - JUDO
501(c)3 organization & tax free donation
HOW CAN I DONATE?
Sponsor a Player in Need – We currently have players who are in need of financial assistance - both for national and international tournaments they have qualified for. Email Brett Wolf for more information and how you can help them get to the national and international stage!
Donate via PayPal – To Brett Wolf at .
Donate via Zelle/QuickPay (no fees!) – To Brett Wolf at . Please write “Donation” and your email address in the memo section. You can access Zelle through your regular online banking app or website. Click here to see if your bank participates. If your bank is not listed or you prefer to use a debit card, you can also pay using the Zelle app.
Donate On-Line – You can make a donation right here.
Donate via Check – Checks should be made to The Menomonee Club and note "Judo" in the memo line of the check. Envelopes can be returned via your child to class or mailed to Brett Wolf c/o The Menomonee Club, 1535 N. Dayton Street, Chicago, IL 60642.
Employer Match - Ask if your employer matches donations - a simple $50 donation from your family can turn into a whopping $200 or more for Brett Wolf Judo!
How Much Should I Give? - We understand each family's situation is different, so we ask families give what they are comfortable with, every dollar makes a difference!
Your support is critical to our Travel & Training Fund,
which helps our Paralympic and able-bodied players in need financial assistance.
We can’t do it without you!
HOW DOES MY DONATION HELP?
Helped a group of athletes represent Team USA at the 2018 Cadet and Junior Pan American Championships in Cordoba, Argentina, where Natalija Stanojevic took a Silver Medal in the Under 21 +78kg division and a Bronze Medal in the Under 18 +70kg division.
Helped a group of athletes represent Menomonee Judo in Vejle, Denmark at the Matsumae Cup, where Natalija Stanojevic took a Gold Medal in the Under 18 +70kg division and Manny Rosenkranz earned the Gold Medal in the Under 18 year old 66kg division, by defeating his Menomonee Judo teammate, Max Antoniou, who took Bronze.
Helped get Sarah Chung to the necessary Paralympic Games qualifying tournaments (Hungary, Korea, Toronto), where ultimately, age became Menomonee Judo’s first Paralympian / Olympian, by representing Team USA at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio.
Helped a group of our athletes travel to Lommel, Belgium to compete at the Flanders Judo Cup, where Natalija Stanojevic took a Gold Medal in the Under 15 +64 division.