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“For only $25 you can be a member of Ring 10 for one year, or for $100 you can become a Lifetime Member! You can join or renew your membership by mailing a check or money order made out to Ring 10 to:
Ring 10 c/o Clifford E. Hotte, Ph.D
51 Prospect Road
Centerport, NY 11721
(Please include your name, address, email address and phone number when sending a check.)
Why Become A Member?
Read this story:
‘Boxing totally turned its back’ on battered Gerald McClellan
By Dan McGrath, Chicago Tribune
A Note From Lisa McClellan
Here is a note that Lisa McClellan sent us that embodies the mission of Ring 10:
Lisa is the sister and primary caretaker of former Middleweight Champion of the World Gerald McClellan.
“One of the most compassionate, caring men I have ever met. You have shown us that Ring 10 is everything you guys set out to be. Your caring for less fortunate fighters is something many in the boxing world has forgotten about. You guys do it and never boast about what you do. Matt you and your Organization are the real Champions. I can’t thank you enough for everything that you do. Anyone who’s had the Privilege of being helped by you guys are blessed. Our lives are so much better because of you guys. I will never be able to thank you guys enough for all you do. God Bless you Ring 10.”
Just One Example of why donations are appreciated at Ring 10
Taken from the story ‘Boxing totally turned its back’ on battered Gerald McClellan
Dan McGrathChicago Tribune
Ring 10, a New York-based nonprofit established in 2011 to assist boxers in need, has been the McClellans’ lifeline. Matt Farrago, now a medical supplies salesman who had 28 pro fights as a super-welterweight in the ’80s, is the founder, chief fundraiser and tireless spokesman for the charity.
“We’re fighters helping fighters in the only sport that doesn’t do anything for its athletes once it’s through with them,” Farrago says. “Ninety-eight cents of every dollar we raise goes to the fighters. Nobody gets turned down.”
He won’t discuss specific contributions, but Ring 10 maintains an account at the grocery store where Lisa buys the family’s food, and there was help with an electric bill when she fell behind several months ago.
“I’ve never experienced anything like Ring 10,” Lisa says. “Some organizations will help you out one time and then we’re moving on to the next person. But Ring 10 is a consistent thing — ‘We’re family and we’re here for you.’ They provide us with help every month.”
It’s Lisa’s selflessness that keeps Ring 10 coming back to Gerald, Farrago says.
“Boxing totally turned its back on Gerald, walked away from him, but Lisa is so devoted to him,” he said. “It’s more of a human interest story than a boxing story.”
2018 Annual Fundraiser & Awards Ceremony recap:
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