Come and meet Jordan Babineaux! Our Seattle Seahawk Safety, Jordan Babineaux, will be supporting us during our Board Break-a-Thon. Come in and meet him! For a $25 cash donation to the Wounded Warrior Project, he will sign your football or jersey.
This fundraiser provides our students a learning opportunity to be unselfish and have empathy. Also to push themselves beyond their limits. We use these functions to bring awareness to organizations who are doing good.
With a family history steeped in military service and sacrifice, the Sauers’ take every opportunity they can to help those who have sacrificed for our country. Freedom Martial Arts Academy’s Board Break-a-Thon will take place on March 23rd from 10am to 2pm. Center stage will be approximately 40 students taking part in a Board-Break-a-Thon; all proceeds will go to The Wounded Warrior Project, a veteran’s service organization that offers a variety of programs, services, and events for wounded veterans.
Jordan created the company Assure Ride in 2016 with a goal to help other people. Known for his impact in the community, Babineaux has positioned Assure Ride to expand his impact in the Pacific Northwest and break down transportation barriers in the Puget Sound. Babineaux received his Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications at Southern Arkansas University were he led the Delta Eta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. as President. Babineaux went on to play nine seasons in the NFL, from 2004-2012, for the Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans earning the nickname “BigPlay Babs.”