CWFC donates to London charity
CAGE Warriors Fighting Championship has teamed up with a violence prevention charity in London ahead of Cage Warriors 52 at the HMV Forum on Saturday, March 9.
Cage Warriors CEO Graham Boylan has pledged to donate the entire proceeds of one-hundred CWFC 52 tickets to Surviving Our Streets (SOS), which will benefit the organisation to the tune of £3,500.
Surviving Our Streets works to reduce knife, gun and serious youth violence in London. Graham Boylan has been lending his support to the charity for several years.
Jason Featherstone, a trustee with SOS, said: “Surviving Our Streets is indebted to Graham. Simply put, we would not have been able to impact the lives of over 300 young people in 2012 without his help.
“He has continually supported us over the years, through the likes of business modelling, office space and web development. Graham has played an integral role.
“This most recent donation will directly enable the charity to work with young people at risk of being involved in violence as either victims or perpetrators. In these times of austerity, donations such as this make all the difference.
“On behalf of the young people SOS supports, we would like to thank Graham for his continued support.”
Find out more about SOS by visiting their website HERE.
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