Porsche Centre West London is delighted to announce their sponsorship for the 2016 Park Club Boxing charity night at the prestigious Park Club in Acton. The main purpose of the event is to raise money and awareness for the Russell Dawkins’ Back on Track foundation.
Taking place on 19 March, the charity boxing night showcases White Collar members from Park Club & Hogarth as they take to the ring for the first time. As boxing novices, all entries will undergo three months of gruelling preparation with professional boxing coaches.
The boxing bout has become a hugely popular and successful fundraising event, attracting over 2000 guests, and will be broadcast on Sky Sports. A number of star guests from the world of entertainment and sporting world are yet to be announced including a special guest MC as host.
The Russell Dawkins’ Back on Track foundation, is a charity set up to support those with spinal injuries and help them to get back on track via the medium of sport. Find out more about Russell’s story, his life-changing injury, and how he set up the foundation.
Tim Slater, Sales and Marketing Director at The Park Club, said "Last year’s competition was an outstanding success and this year is lining up to be just as big a spectacle. The Russell Dawkins' Back on Track charity is a truly fantastic cause and we are thrilled to have Porsche Centre West London on board.”
Peter Jiggins, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre West London, said “We are very excited for the Park Club Charity Boxing event. The night will no doubt be a tremendous success and we are proud that we can be of support in raising awareness and fundraising for the Back on Track foundation.”
For more information on how to attend, visit the Park Club Charity Boxing event page.
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