Fight for Charity – Matt Barron

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Hey I'm Matt Barron from Energy 106!

This year i'll be representing the station in the Fight for Charity, while this will be a major life-changing experience for me, it is in support of Pan-Am place, whose goal is to change the lives of at-risk youth. (read more about what they do below)

Boxing has been a major interest, and a favourite sport of mine to watch my whole life, but I've never had the courage or inspiration to actually step foot into a gym to train, until now!

You can follow my progress on social media: @thebarronradio !

I ask kindly for your support on this journey, and if possible to make a donation to the this amazing cause so I can reach my goal!

Hope to see you April 28th!



The 2018 event will be held at the RBC Convention Centre on the 28th of April and will feature:

- 10 novice boxing matches

- Casino gaming

- Silent auction

- Raffles

- 50/50

This year the Fight for charity is in support of Pan Am Place.

Pan Am Place offers a transitional housing program for at-risk youth aged 18-29 who are experiencing, or at-risk of, homelessness. The program offers a supportive environment where youth learn about responsibility, community and discipline. Residents have more in common than just a troubled past, they share a desire to make lasting, positive change in their lives, and Pan Am Place helps them do it.

Many people living on the streets of Winnipeg first experienced homelessness as young adults. Some of them were raised around family conflict, in a group home environment, or in the foster care system. Others have spent time in jail, have suffered debilitating injuries, or struggle with mental health issues, but they all come from an unstable environment, and often haven’t been taught the social skills required for independent living. By helping, supporting, and providing housing to young people that need direction and assistance, we can break the cycle of homelessness before it takes hold of their lives.

Residents typically come from:

- Aging out of Child Family Services

- Federal, provincial or youth jail

- Homeless shelters

- Living on the street

- Escaping an unhealthy home

- Looking to move to the city from the reserve (often due to unhealthy home life)

I have a target of $2,000 personally for the event, so please donate and help me achieve this target.


This support campaign was created Feb 15, 2018


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