Project Fighting Chance is a Youth Mentoring Life Skills Program founded in 1999 to serve the low-income community of San Bernardino and surrounding areas.
It was established as a vehicle to drive youth away from anti-social behavior and violence, and into the organized sport of amateur boxing.
Project Fighting Chance has an integrated program model that provides athletics, healthy eating, vocational training, education, aggression diversion and social emotional learning skills.
Since its inception, Project Fighting Chance has assisted, trained and mentored approximately 5000 youth between the ages of 8-17.
Our Mission is to function as a viable support system for youth and young adults at-risk while assisting them to become positive contributing members of the community.
We're committed to the success of our youth. Pledge your support today!