Brooklyn Fitboxing aims to donate $15,000 to Ukrainian refugees

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Launch the #Hit4Refugees challenge

on March 11, 2022 at 11:40 am

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The fitboxing chain has already held a solidarity event to donate money to those affected by the La Palma volcano. So, he raised $10,000. The target now is $15,000.

(11-3-2022). Brooklyn Fitboxing will carry out a series of solidarity training sessions next week, with the aim of donating $15,000 to the Red Cross, to help the Ukrainian population.

Due to the worrying situation in Ukraine, Brooklyn Fitboxing has decided to join the solidarity shows and launches the #Hit4Refugees challenge.

The goal is for fitboxers to train next March 16 and 17 (two days in a row) to add a total of 15,000 workouts and to show their support for Ukraine. The objective with these trainings is to raise 15,000 dollars to donate to the Red Cross as a show of solidarity with the cause that affects the Ukrainian population that is emigrating to Poland or Romania.

In addition, in many clubs around the world, clothing and food collection days are being carried out. All with the aim of helping refugees who are leaving their land behind or are still in Ukraine living without basic resources.

The #Hit4Refugees action is contextualized in the same roadmap that includes, among others, the donation that was made at the time to the Red Cross to help those affected by the La Palma volcano #Hit4LaPalma. On that occasion, $10,000 was donated.

These types of actions are part of the Brooklyn Fitboxing Hit4Change Foundation. Through this Foundation, all donations are channeled to the different NGOs or social projects.


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