Formed in 2009 as a community response to a teenage murder, Boxing4Life was initially financed by the Home Office through the Communities Against Gangs, Guns and Knives Fund. We are a registered charity, supported by organisations like BBC’s Children In Need and The National Lottery.
Youth and Community SurveyWe want to open the unused chapel on Thorne Close to run non-contact boxing training and other activities for 8-18 year olds. Can you spare a minute to complete our survey and add your support?
Tuesday Training Sessions
Every Tuesday during term time
Friday Training Sessions
Every Friday during term time
Boxing4Life’s other activities
Funded by donations
Locations in East London
"a way of getting kids to work together, play games together, look after one another"
"honestly it really is great, they support and treat you like family"
"this is more than just boxing, I'm getting values and morals from coming here"
"it changed my life"
"they were there for me when I needed them"
"it's definitely opening doors for me, and it'll open doors for anyone new who wants to come"
"Boxing4Life is central to this community... it's like an extended family"
ABA Qualified Coaches
Life as well as Boxing
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Boxing4Life is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation registered in England and Wales. Registered charity number 1155607.
Registered address Boxing4life, 83 Wellington Road, London, E11 2AS