Queens non-profit to host charity event Sunday, supporting aspiring junior olympic champions

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The Queens-based non-profit Keep Fighting organization announced a charity event for Sunday, June 16, aimed at supporting young athletes who dream of becoming national junior Olympic champions.

The event will be held at the Eastern Queens Boxing Club, 217-07 Hempstead Avenue in Queens Village, from 2 to 7 p.m.

Founded with the mission to enhance mental health through physical fitness, Keep Fighting was created to assist individuals in reaching their highest level of mental wellness. The organization recognizes the challenges many face in maintaining a healthy mentality, especially when feelings of loneliness and isolation begin to set in. By developing and financially sponsoring fitness plans, Keep Fighting ensures continuous support to help people meet and maintain their health goals. The organization also provides referrals to mental health professionals when needed, ensuring a comprehensive approach to mental health.

The charity event will feature a special Father’s Day Meet and Greet, allowing attendees to interact with promising junior Olympic fighters from USA Boxing Metro. It is also set to host several special guests.

Participants will enjoy a variety of fun and meaningful activities designed to support the cause. Moreover, the event promises a selection of delicious foods and refreshments provided by .

Additional highlights include raffles and the opportunity to meet qualified junior Olympic fighters, offering a unique chance for aspiring athletes and supporters to connect with established figures in the sport.

For more information, interested parties can contact Tammy at (631) 633-9934 or visit the Keep Fighting Organization’s website at Keep-fighting.org.