Riverfront Jiu Jitsu works with multiple organizations that aim to provide Jiu Jitsu training to athletes in need. It is our goal to make Jiu Jitsu more accessible through these collaborations and fundraisers.
We are happy to announce our partnership with FIT AF Nutrition! FIT AF is a meal prep company committed to help you look, perform and feel the best you’ve ever experienced with high quality nutrition & elite level personal coaching.
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Order on Friday for a Sunday Delivery. If you are a Riverfront Member, your meals can be conveniently delivered to the gym for easy pick up Monday Morning.
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The We Defy Foundation provides combat veterans coping with military connected disabilities a long term means to overcome their challenges through Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and fitness training.
Riverfront Jiu Jitsu has hosted multiple events to benefit the We Defy Foundation including open mats, Super Fight tournaments and a Ruck and Roll. We are an approved school with multiple athletes that receive a full scholarship from the We Defy Foundation. Keep an eye out for our next fundraiser!
We also have members who are mentors and ambassadors for We Defy including our owner Billy Shaw. Additionally, Elyse Shaw is the Delaware State ambassador coordinator, our coach Brian Grant is the National Ambassador Coordinator, and member Mike Schiavone is the Northeast Regional Coordinator. If you would like to be involved in We Defy, click the buttons below or reach out to us through our email!
How to help
Police officers often find themselves in volatile situations which can quickly turn deadly. In these combative situations, being the more skilled grappler allows the officer a greater amount of control over the situation, which decreases the likelihood of injury or death for both officer and suspect.
Adopt a Cop a non profit, donation based organization that aims to address critical gaps in the department-funded training of front line police officers by partnering with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu gyms across the country to provide free or reduced rate memberships to police officers. Officers are sponsored until they achieve the rank of blue belt, which typically takes 12-18 months.
Riverfront Jiu Jitsu is an Adopt a Cop Affiliate gym
Applications are currently closed,
but donations are always welcome