OLYMPICS AT RISK CHILDREN AEATKD TAEKWONDO ATHLETES NON-PROFIT
\ 9421 Hwy 6 South - Houston, TX
of Elite Athletes
Paris Amani and Master Jean Lopez
Paolino,M.D.,Director of Fundraising-401-732-6655 days
|What is an "At Risk Child"?
At risk children identified by school departments or medical professionals
as suffering from dysfunctional backgrounds or behavioral or learning
disorders professionally determined to be lessened by martial art
|Our 501(c)(3), charitable, non-profit organization
is called The Association of Elite Athletes, Inc (AEA). The AEA was
created in Houston, TX in 1997 by Paris Amani and Jean Lopez, former
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Captains of the U.S. National Olympic Taekwondo Teams and now the
two Coach members and Co-Directors of AEA.
|Fourteen Olympic Taekwondo athletes and coaches
including 2000 Olympic Gold Medallist and 2001, 2003 World Gold Medallist,
Steven Lopez; 2001 World Silver Medallist, Peter Lopez; 2003 World
Silver Medallist, Mark Lopez; 2001 World Junior Gold Medallist, Diana
Lopez Pan American Gold Medallist Mandy Meloon and World University
Gold Medallist, Daniel Elkowitz. Also included in the AEA group are
six (3 men, 3women) of the sixteen members of the 2003 U.S. National
Olympic Taekwondo Team.
|These fourteen AEA athletes and coaches will
serve as martial art instructors and mentors to the group of at risk
children. These fourteen athletes and coaches were selected because
they are proven National and International Taekwondo champions, who
are also scholastic leaders, well spoken, clean cut, and courteous.
The AEA athletes are all well known in Olympic Taekwondo circles and
all are considered capable of making the U.S. National Team or the
2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece or the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China.
The AEA places at risk children
in apprentice relationships with Olympians or potential Olympians.
The AEA also helps provide funding for training and travel for these
Olympic hopefuls in the sport of Olympic Taekwondo, while simultaneously
giving back to the community by having these gifted athletes serve
as martial art teachers and role models to groups of misguided youths.
These athletes and coaches will serve as tangible examples of success,
giving hope to the at risk children they teach.
All donations are tax deductible. AEA is
a 501(c)(3). a non profit organization
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