You can use your platform to help Boxing futures; being the face of the organisation and helping the CEO promote the charity with your networks. There are lots of opportunities to get involved in our work to really understand the work and impact, and you’ll be in great company.
Brad is an award winning actor, writer and producer and founder MoliFilms production group. As a boy he boxed for Ware Boys Club and later coached at Hoddesdon Boxing Academy. His film ‘Gloves Off’ – in which he co-wrote and plays the central role – has won several awards including two wins at the National Film Awards.
"I have a huge belief in the sports power to change lives and am honoured to be an Ambassador for Boxing Futures UK."Brad Moore
Dutch-born, London-based photographer Christina has photographed many celebrities and on many publications. In 1986 she shot Muhammad Ali on a commercial in London and subsequently on the film, ‘I am Ali’; capturing some unique photos and getting to know him well. She’s now very proud to be an acting Ambassador for Boxing Futures.
"My love for Muhammad Ali and his philosophy on life has inspired me over the years to share my photographs of him to raise money for good causes and keep his legacy alive."Christina Jansen
Working in sports broadcasting for nearly 20 years, Andy is currently Sky Sports boxing commentator. Andy loves how inclusive boxing is and the sense of community you get in the gym. He’s passionate about the positive impact it can have on young people.
"All boxing asks is that you show up, respect yourself and each other, and try your best. I am proud to be supporting Boxing Futures."Andy Clarke
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