PFC Logo

Project Fighting Chance Summer Boxing Fitness and Enrichment Program

July 1st-July 26th ~8:30am-6PM

K-10th grades

Registration Deadline June 21st
Due to the program demand, waiting until the deadline to register may result in your child being placed on the waiting list.

Student (s) Information


Household / Adult Primary Contact

Relationship to Participants: *

Enrollment Packet

Emergency Contact Information– Alternate Pickup/Release

Medical Release Information

Is your child(ren) presently being treated for an injury or sickness, or taking any form of medication for any reason? *
Is your child(ren) allergic to any medication? *

Meal and Snack Information

Is your child(ren) allergic to any type of food ? *
Does your child require a special diet? *

Liability Release and Parental Consent

Liability Release and Parental Consent Form *
Parental Consent *
Photo Release *
Transportation Release *

Parent information meeting

Dear Parents,
There will be a meeting on Thursday, June 29th, at 7 PM via Zoom to discuss important information. Please make sure to mark your calendars and join us promptly.
Meeting link
Thank you.

About Project Fighting Chance

P.F.C. is a comprehensive, year-round, free after-school enrichment program that includes its
signature and award-winning F.I.G.H.T.S. (Faith in God Heals Troubled Souls) Boxing
Program. Our mission is to reframe the life narrative of children and youth from “at-risk.”
to “future leaders” through after-school enrichment and youth development boxing
programs. P.F.C. earned the distinguished honor of being named the 2020 California
Nonprofit of the Year.

P.F.C.’s after-school enrichment programming incorporates evidenced-based practices,
mentorship, Social Emotional Learning, and Resiliency training. Projecting Fighting
Chance programs and services are culturally responsive and trauma-informed. The
F.I.G.H.T.S. Boxing Program has produced thirteen National Champions, two U.S.
Olympic Trial participants, an Olympic Team Alternate, and four Junior Olympic Gold
Medalists. P.F.C., since its inception in 1999, has provided services to more than six
Thousand children and youth. 

For Questions, please call (909) 229-1956 or email