With Post Traumatic Stress Disorder on the rise, Veterans can benefit emotionally as well as physically from a no-contact, boxing-style fitness regimen that helps release stress.
“Exercise in the form of a boxing workout can play an important role in helping Veterans with PTSD to recover and regain confidence. It also addresses the mental and physical health problems commonly associated with chronic PTSD, including cardiovascular disease and depression"
- Robert Ortiz
A gym bag filled with boxing gloves, hand wraps, towel, water bottle, and other necessities needed to work out
Gym fees waived for the first month, with subsequent months discounted at $80 per month (reduced from $139 per month)
Training with professional boxing coaches, including Robert Ortiz, a Marine veteran and founder of the Kid Gloves Boxing Foundation; and certified coaches with Rock Steady Boxing, which empowers people with Parkinson's disease to fight back through a non-contact, boxing-style fitness regimen and emotional support
Advocacy and support for Veterans who need assistance with obtaining military benefits
HOW TO DONATE
Checks payable to the Kid Gloves Boxing Foundation can be mailed to the Kid Gloves Boxing Foundation, 4212 E. Los Angeles Ave. #4754, Simi Valley, CA 93063. For a tax write-off, the tax ID# is 77-0476283
Kid Gloves Boxing, 1555 Simi Town Center Way, Suite #190, in Simi Valley (located in Center Court)
A division of the Kid Gloves Boxing Foundation, the Vet2Vet Veteran Education & Training Fitness Center in Simi Valley provides assistance and general welfare for America’s veterans relating to health and fitness, nutritional needs, and programs to promote emotional and social well-being, as well as to serve as a voice for the needs of those who sacrificed and served our nation.