Anthony Dirrell FightBack for Flint
2-time Middleweight Boxing World Champ. Anthony "The Dog" Dirrell, is proudly from Flint, Michigan, and he is working with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Flint to raise $500,000 for our youth. The proceeds will go to open a new Boys & Girls Club site on the north side of Flint, MI, ground zero of the Flint water crisis.
After successfully battling cancer and winning his first title, and then coming back from a motorcycle accident to win his second title, he is no stranger to fighting and winning big! Anthony is going to win big for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Flint--with your help!
This new initiative will be one of the Champ's greatest battles, because he is fighting against the devastating impacts the water crisis in Flint left behind, and fighting to ensure that Flint, nor any other U.S. city, will ever face a water crisis again.
The new Boys & Girls Club will be more than a mere building, but a sustainable legacy of pride for the youth of Flint, for many years to come. Our youth will not forget what they have endured and will be guided on how to harness their experiences and empower themselves.
The Club will feature academic, athletic, and recreational programs that will prepare our youth to expect greatness in every aspect of their lives and design a promising future for themselves.
Join the Champ in OUR fight for the future leaders of Flint by giving your tax-deductible contribution today!