Cure Kids is excited to be chosen as a recipient charity in this year’s Fight for Christchurch event happening 3 November 2018 at Horncastle Arena.
Fight for Christchurch is the biggest charity boxing event in Australasia, and has raised over $1 million dollars for Christchurch-based charities over the past 8 years. Brave contenders train hard over a few months to champion the cause of their chosen charity through the biggest fight of their lives.
This year, 10 amazing contenders will be taking on this challenge especially for Cure Kids, and will give their 100% to raise funds to support vital child health research. We are very thankful to these brave fighters and we hope that you will join us in cheering them on and contributing to their fundraising efforts.
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1. Chris Timbs, who works as a butcher with Peter Timbs Meat.
Fighting for Cure Kids, he’s training hard with renowned boxing trainer Fitzy in his gym based at Ara Institute of Canterbury. Support his fundraising campaign here
2. Quintin Poole, who is a director at Canterbury Drywall Solutions .
Quintin has 2 club fights under his belt and is ready to take the ring by storm. Support his fundraising campaign here
3. Laura Devine-Giles, who teaches BoxFit Spreydon classes at Christchurch Irish Society.
Laura’s motivation to fight is personal: her beautiful son Tadhg lives with a neurological condition causing frequent seizures and side effects. By fighting for Cure Kids, she hopes for more answers and cures through funding vital research. Support her fundraising campaign here
4. Mananui Ramsden, who is a Cultural Land Management Advisor for Environment Canterbury.
Mananui is passionate about empowering farming communities to implement the values of local iwi Ngai Tahu in their management of our environment. He is training hard with the guidance of pro-fighter Nort Beauchamp at 1 More Round- Boxing Fitness Centre to support Cure Kids. Support his fundraising campaign here
5. Scott Kelly, a builder with Clark Bro’s Construction.
This will be Scott’s first taste of boxing, and he is undergoing a gruelling 12-week training programme at Round 12 Boxing Gym to fight for Cure Kids. Support his fundraising campaign here