Weʼre raising £500 to Support Carlton Boxing Academy During The Coronavirus Shutdown. #KOCOVID19
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Carlton Boxing Academy Needs Your Help. #KOCOVID19
During these difficult times, we are all experiencing challenges that will affect many people’s health, social lives and livelihoods for a long time to come.
As one of the 950+ amateur boxing clubs in England who are run entirely by voluntary coaches, we give up an average of 4.5 nights every single week to run Carlton Boxing Academy. We do this for the benefit of our local communities, and our gym is a sanctuary for many people in England.
Our volunteers manage to train our members by covering essential overheads primarily through a subscription fees.
At this stage, there is a great level of uncertainty around the impact that coronavirus will have on Carlton Boxing Academy, as we will still need to cover our overheads throughout the coming weeks and months, but with no income to do so.
That is why we are backing the “KO COVID-19” campaign, appealing to members of our local community to donate whatever they can to help ensure that when we as a nation have KO’d Covid-19, Carlton Boxing Academy will still be here ready to continue the fantastic work we do.
Any donation great or small is appreciated. You can help by making a donation on this page and sharing this page on your social media:
Whatever you do, however big or small, please STAY IN, STAY SAFE.
Thank you from everyone at Carlton Boxing Academy.
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Our mission is to promote the benefits of healthy living, educational excellence and positive citizenship within our diverse community. . We aim to inspire a new generation of young people and support them to realise their potential in sport, education and employment.