Historic Medieval Battle
Our company has been greatly inspired by the Historical Medieval Battle International Association (HMBIA) a non-profit organization formed in 2009 in Liechtenstein; whose aims are: “to make the historical medieval battle a popular cultural and sport movement all over the world, to engage people of all ages to HMB, to promote healthy way of life through HMB, to show through sport battles of HMB the difficulty and danger of real wars and teach people to appreciate friendship and peace, to introduce HMB as mass leisure activity in which a modern person can challenge himself/herself in totally unusual context of full-contact fight in medieval armour, and to encourage public interest towards the medieval history and care about the cultural heritage.”
Company of The Gauntlet and Rose
Company of The Gauntlet and Rose, Inc. was established on August 2, 2017 as a nonprofit organization incorporated under the laws of the State of California. This Corporation is organized exclusively for one or more purposes as specified in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, including, for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
It is therefore the goal of the Corporation to promote the development and competition of Historic Medieval Battle (HMB), including, but not limited to: (i) The study, practice, and preservation of Historic Medieval Battle within the United States. (ii) to further invest in the perpetual consulting, planning, organizing, promoting, and coordinating financial and logistical support for securing travel, lodging and venues for sports events; primarily Historic Medieval Battle (HMB) in tournament setting. (iii) The implementation of Historic Medieval Battle International Association, Inc. (HMBIA) standards, testing, ranking, and tournaments, as amended. (iv) The research, development and promotion of equipment aiding in HMB tournament and practice. (v) Contribution to publications, lectures, competitions, and demonstrations in support of any of the other purposes of the Corporation. (vi) The development and promotion of social, business, and organizational skills that foster growth among HMB athletes and clubs and the general public. (vii) The exchange of knowledge and skills with non-historic martial arts organizations, scholars, practitioners, and the general public that serves the other purposes of the Corporation. (viii) The promotion of clubs, schools, organizations, and institutions that foster HMB tournaments and practice. (ix) The promotion of fellowship and associations among other institutions and organizations with compatible goals.