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Wylde Style Productions

Wylde Style Productions

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We support many different charities and other local organizations as much as we can.  Although we'd love to support everyone, we can't.  Please do not be offended if we cannot support your particular charity or local organization.  We generally support charities and local organizations that are pertinent to our company or we feel strongly about supporting them.  Any submissions for consideration of support can be emailed to [email protected]  Please include the charity or local organization's name, specifically what type of donation you're looking for and their 501c3 number.  Beneficiaries change periodically but following is a list of charities and local organizations that we support.  We have created the following list in hopes that our fans and supports will also consider supporting these charities and/or local organizations themselves.  We provide links directly to them as we do not want to handle any donations on their behalf and do not get anything from them for your donations.

Update March 31, 2020: Due to Covid-19 and the trying times we're all facing, we have decided to temporarily add links for gyms that have supported us over the last couple of years.  Without these gyms we would not have the great events we've been able to produce over the last 12 years.  Even if you can only support one gym with a small donation anything will help.  Thank you for your continued support!

VetTix

VetTix

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We love and support our Military and First Responders!  As a thank you to them, we offer 40 FREE tickets to EVERY CageZilla and TCB event via VetTix and offer a 15% Military/First Responders discount for any Active or Inactive Duty Military and First Responders.  If you would like to donate your tickets and/or money to them please visit their site at vettix.org.

Motivated for Mav

Motivated for Mav

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Mavrick was diagnosed with an extremely RARE from of Epilepsy, a genetic disorder called SCN8A. We are raising awareness & funds for research.
SCN8A Epilepsy is a rare disorder that is known to affect around 350 individuals worldwide--causing severe epilepsy, developmental delay, and other medical challenges. The gene SCN8A was isolated in humans by Michael Hammer, PhD, a geneticist who found the gene in his own daughter, Shay, soon after her death in 2011.