How The Funds Are Used

With the help of generous donations, the Foundation has supported the sport of amateur boxing in numerous ways:

Women’s boxing programs

  • The USABF has provided over $410,000 to build women’s boxing programs nationally. In 2012, women’s boxing appeared in the Olympics for the first time.

Scholarships

  • The Foundation has awarded over $330,000 to date to assist athletes in advancing their education.

World competition

  • Grants to sponsor competition and travel totaling $275,000 have been awarded to support elite U.S. athletes participating in worldwide competitions including the Olympics.

Local support

  • Over $110,000 in grants have been provided to support Local Boxing Committee (LBC) workshops, clinics, camps and other local programs that directly contribute to the development of young boxers.

Junior programs

  • $120,000 in grants have been awarded to USA Boxing to support community junior boxing programs.

Stipends and travel support

  • USABF has donated almost $130,000 to amateur boxers representing the United States in competition.

Promoting the Sport

  • Over $100,000 has been allocated for marketing and promotion to advance the awareness and reputation of amateur boxing at all levels.

Other support

  • Over $300,000 has been contributed to support amateur boxing programs and projects including membership registration support and video and scoring technology.

Supporting The Dream

Your support will help us continue critical programs, as well as provide opportunities for new programs and services. An investment in the Foundation is an investment in today’s youth and tomorrow’s leaders – amateur boxing builds social and physical skills that last a lifetime. Show your support for the sport today by making a donation.

The USA Boxing Foundation (USABF) is a 501c(3) non-profit organization. Your financial support of USABF qualifies as a charitable contribution and is deductible for federal income tax purposes to the maximum extent provided by law.