Without the generous support of people like you, Boxing Futures simply couldn’t deliver it’s work so please consider supporting us and making a young person’s day!
You can give here, or if you’d like to use your time and talents to raise some money we have a few ideas for you below!
Could buy one ‘Certificate of Achievement’ programme for 12
Would buy a volunteer for one session
This could buy gym/venue hire for one session
Could buy equipment for one person (pads, gloves, wraps, bag, skipping rope)
This money could pay for all the staff for one session
Our three favourite boxing and fitness fundraising ideas:
If you’re a trainer you could run a special charity class with proceeds going to Boxing Futures. If you’re a Boxercise devotee why not see if your favourite trainer is up for leading a session if you organise the event? You could even run this online over your video conferencing platform of choice.
It isn’t just for kids! Boxing pros know that skipping is amazing cardio. Depending on your skipping skill level to start with you could get sponsored for an endurance challenge in one session (the world record is currently 33 hours 20 minutes) or for an hour a day over a period of time.
We might not be able to join a big public run right now but you can still smash your PB. Set yourself a distance that will push you, make sure you train up and get sponsored for your solo 5k, 10k or marathon!
Please share some pics on social media and tag us in them.
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