Real Response Media’s CEO Chris Pitchford took to the ring again in March to raise money for School Food Matters in a white collar boxing evening.
The second time that Chris has raised money through a charity boxing match, Chris raised £4,393 in donations, all of which will be donated to School Food Matters.
An exciting evening at The Troxy on Commercial Road in London saw over 50 fighters take to the ring, each with their own cause and reason for joining in the action. Chris was inspired by the mission of School Food Matters which believes that no child should go hungry and aids children with education and skills to equip them in life. School Food Matters is the chosen charity of Real Response Media Ltd. and is supported through all internal and external events and activities.
CEO of Real Response Media Chris Pitchford said “I wanted to do this again to continue to show my support for School Food Matters. It’s a charity and cause that I believe in and I wanted to do my best to continue to support them. It was hard work to get fit enough to get into the ring but I’m glad I’ve done it now. Many thanks to everyone who supported me throughout and donated to the charity.”
A hard-fought bout saw Chris draw with his German opponent Jakob Kuznicki.