Watch a conversation with owners Brandy Horchak-Jevsjukova and Vitalijs Jevsjukovs of Warriors' Call Boxing as they discuss their plans.
Jevsjukova said that participants will be able to learning to box, but also choose from self-defense for women and anti-bullying classes for children. Fitness and sports conditioning classes will be provided along with a place to advance boxing skills, lose weight, and de-stress.
The non-for-profit side of Warriors' Call Boxing is called "Will of the Warrior." The program will assist disabled first responders and disabled veterans with the events that affected their life both mentally and physically .
An online crowdfunding campaign was launched to help bridge the gap in funding to help the non-profit. Also launched was an in-person fundraising drive at Ambridge Do It Best and Shop'n Save located in Ambridge and Rochester.
Follow the progress of Warriors' Call Boxing on their Facebook page.
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