$99 – $10,000

The Gloves are Back On!!

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$99 – $10,000

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Hilton Long Island/Melville

598 Broadhollow Road

Melville, NY 11747

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Long Island's Best Professionals are taking the Gloves Off to help Long Islanders in need

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The Gloves Are Back On!

Long Island's Best Professionals - Matchup Toe to Toe for Charity! 

The Long Island Fight for Charity, the nation’s only all-volunteer charity boxing event, features  local volunteer businesspeople getting in the ring to Fight for Charity.  Over 1,200 fans come to support their favorite boxers, network and take in the excitement. Over 30 local restaurants provide food and beverages for the event.  

Join us for the 17th Long Island Fight for Charity and help us raise funds for those in need from the Long Island community. Charities supported by the Long Island Fight for Charity include the Long Island Community Chest, Genesis School, National Foundation for Human Potential (FREE) and more.

This event will sell out. Buy your tickets and sponsorships today.

For more information visit www.lifightforcharity.org or call 631-757-0432

Additional event parking available to the south in Bank of America Parking lot across the street- arrive early to avoid delays.


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Hilton Long Island/Melville

598 Broadhollow Road

Melville, NY 11747

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Refund policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event

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Organizer Long Island Fight for Charity

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Founded in 2003 by Jeff Cohen, Matt Silver and Jamie Austin, the Long Island Fight for Charity, the nation’s only all-volunteer charity boxing event, is one of Long Island’s largest and most anticipated annual charity fundraising networking events. Local men and women from the business and not-for-profit communities square off in a boxing ring for charity each November. Nearly 300 men and women have earned the title of LIFFC Alumni Boxer and over $1 million has been raised for charities, including Long Island Community Chest, Genesis School, National Foundation for Human Potential (FREE) and more. Over 1,200 people attend the event each year and more than 20 local restaurants and beverage companies support this event.

 

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