COMING SOON! YOUTH BOXING GYM located in the North End of St. Paul, MN. All donations go to support the renovation of the designated space which is the old St. Bernard's Church Bowling Lane’s. Renovation currently und...
We are getting closer with EVERY donation (big or small). Every dollar counts. THANK YOU for contributing and for sharing our story! BLESS YOU ALL.
ABOUT US- The Rice Street Old School Boxing Gym, LLC was formed April 18, 2018 by Mike Evgen and Linda Wojcik, the organization is a Minnesota 501(3)(c) .
Together, we can improve the lives of our St. Paul youth, one person at a time.
World IBO Welterweight Champion Mike Evgen, AKA the Rice Street Rocker is giving back to the community that supported him all through his professional boxing career. He is making it full circle back to Rice Street with the Rice Street Old School Boxing Gym.
The Mission of the organization is to come together with community connections, financial resources, and volunteers to provide a safe recreational boxing workout facility for area youth. The youth in the St. Paul community need this now more than ever!
With your support we will meet the GOALS we have set for the remainder of 2018 and Q1 2019.
1) Renovate designated space
2) Purchase insurance
3) Purchase necessary sporting equipment and materials
4) Enroll area youth in boxing workouts
We have reached 10% of our goal on Fundlly thanks to all of our generous supporters!! We cannot express the excitement we are feeling as we begin cleaning out the space and scheduling actual building improvements.
Outside of the Fundly campaign we are accepting checks and cash donations from people from all over that believe in the mission!
We have received and are accepting offers for work from people in the trades and this will keep our costs down significantly. EVERY DONOR will be recognized for their contribution. We could never do this alone. ITS ALL ABOUT THE KIDS!
Linda and Mike
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