2018 Call for Boxers – Qualifications: Motivation and Genuine “Give Back” Spirit
Call for men and women in the business community to step up and step in the ring to box 

Long Island Fight for Charity, the nation’s only all-volunteer charity fund raising event and program is now conducting its search for 2018 volunteer charity boxers. Since 2003, over 300 men and women have earned the title of LIFFC Alumni Boxer. If you ever wanted to do something different and challenge yourself this is the year to make the commitment.

The LIFFC 15th Main Event to be held on Monday, November 19, 2018 will feature 10 or more bouts between volunteer charity boxers who have demonstrated their personal commitment to raising a minimum of $10,000 for the Fight for Charity organization’s fund, raising goals that benefit local charities, intensive physical training and participation in promotional activities and media interviews.

Applications are now being accepted for volunteer charity boxers who will enter training to prepare them to step in the ring at the 15th Main Event. Boxing experience is not required.  What is required is a commitment to fundraising, “character,” a willingness to train and be ready to meet a business colleague toe-to-toe in the ring in front of a thousand fans.Since 2003, LIFFC has distributed over $1 million to Long Island charities including: Long Island Community Chest, The Genesis School, National Foundation for Human Potential (FREE) and other local charities.

To request an application to become a volunteer boxer email info@lifightforcharity.org or call (877) 240-7821.

       

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