Corporate Social Responsibility

At Shogun Sports we're committed to supporting our community.

Over the past few years we have worked with some organizations and fundraising events, ranging from NGO's that support orphans and underprivileged kids, to a fundraising challenge that raised over $15,000 for cancer research and more recently, we have partnered with an amazing organization that helps wounded war Veterans.

We only work with 100% transparent organizations, here is an overview of our recent efforts. 

Catch A Lift Fund

We're excited to announce that we have partnered with the Catch A Lift Fund.

Since 2010, the Catch A Lift Fund has helped thousands of post 9/11 combat wounded veterans regain their mental and physical health through gym memberships, in home gym equipment, personalized fitness and nutrition programs and a peer support network. 

The program helps wounded combat vets find new focus and energy by instilling in them a new, thoughtful, and healthy lifestyle founded on four core pillars: Nutrition, Fitness, Emotional Wellness, and Community.

So far, we have donated equipment for the active members of the CAL program and will be working closely with CAL and their team to get more fitness products in the hands of Veterans.



Come Together Community (CTC)

Since 2019 we have supported the Come Together Organization in Zhuhai, China. 

The Come Together Community organize charity events in China including an Annual Charity Music called Come Together, organized with other local companies that raises over $50,000 each year for orphans and underprivileged local school children to help with education related fees and for autism related care and training services for children living with developmental and learning conditions in the region. 


3 Peaks 1 Week Challenge

In 2018 the 3 Directors embarked on the challenge of a lifetime to hike up 3 of the highest mountains in SE Asia in only 1 week.

A total altitude of 35,000 ft in 3 different countries and in the process raised over $15,000 for lung cancer research. #3peaks1week

All costs related to the challenge were self-funded and the total money raised was split 60/40 between two amazing charities with The Velindre Cancer Center in Cardiff, Wales receiving $10,932.83 and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, TN receiving $7,288.60.


We know there are a lot more amazing organizations doing great work to help the community, if you are part of a great organization or know about a great cause or organization that we should know about, feel free to contact us.