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Knockout Childhood Cancer
Charity Boxing Event

April 12, 2019
@ Scotiabank Convention Centre, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.

Mike Strange, founder of the Box Run has dedicated countless hours to raising funds and awareness around childhood cancer he’s lost far too many of his pint sized heros to different forms of this disease.

Working with the Canadian Cancer Society and Ronald McDonald House on this event is a natural fit.

The Canadian Cancer Society is funding research at McMaster Children’s Hospital that is focussed on pediatric cancer, while Ronald McDonald House Hamilton is supporting families, mostly from Niagara who are going through various medical struggles with their children.

KO – KNOCK OUT seems to be the most appropriate attitude when it comes to cancer.

The third annual KO for Kids Charity Boxing Event will pit local influencers against one another in a fight for Niagara children and families. Sanctioned by Boxing Ontario, the night of April 12th will feature 20+ matches in various weight categories and skill levels.

We would love to see you at the Scotiabank Convention Centre on Friday, April 12th cheering on your favorite Niagara hero who is taking punches for a cause bigger than themselves.

The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is to eradicate cancer and enhance the quality of life of people living with cancer. Thanks to our donors and volunteers, the Society has the most impact, against the most cancers, in the most communities in Canada.