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SDMF was excited to be nominated as the beneficiary of Ultimate Fitness Centre’s first Amateur Fight Night in April. Crowds were roaring and the turnout made for a successful and exciting event.

 


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About half way through the night SDMF’s General Manager, Alex Green, and our newest Ambassador, Ben Savva, had the opportunity to enter the ring and share about the work of the Foundation.

As a professional boxer, Ben Savva generously offered five individual training sessions and one team training session to lucky bidders in the audience, all proceeds going to SDMF. On top of this, $5 from every general admission ticket sold as well as the proceeds from three auctions items were donated to the Foundation.

Thank you to Ultimate Fitness Centre for supporting Sir David Martin Foundation through this event.

Altogether $2345 was raised for SDMF and with more Fight Nights in the pipeline; we look forward to raising more funds for youth in crisis. 



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