Redding Tai Chi competes in the USA Today 2018 “A Community Thrives” grant competition

Redding Tai Chi was approved by USA TODAY Network to compete in the 2018 “A Community Thrives” (ACT) grant competition.

Redding Tai Chi is spearheading plans to build a Tai Chi court at Turtle Bay Exploration Park and has been entered into the USA Today Network “A Community Thrives” national grant competition. This year the rules require participating groups to raise a minimum of $3,000 through Crowdrise to be considered for a grant. Crowdrise is a GoFundMe partner. Available grants range from $10,000 to $100,000, any of which would help fund building of the Tai Chi Meditation Garden. Fundraising started March 19th and will end on Friday, May 11th, 2018 at 11:59am. So far, of the 308 groups competing for the grants Redding Tai Chi is currently in the top ten percent of the leaders in donations collected.

Donations are made online and donors can give as much as they are comfortable with starting at $10.00. All donations go directly to the Shasta County Arts Council who is the fiscal sponsor of Redding Tai Chi. Donations are tax-deductible and promote a project that once built, will last for generations. For more information or to donate go to www.reddingtaichi.com and click on the link for the Tai Chi Meditation Garden Project.

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