About Us

Fight 4 Change is a registered Sport for Development charity, using sport to inspire and educate young people and adults to make a positive change in their lives. We work closely with a range of strategic and funding partners to deliver a comprehensive sports development programme in London and beyond.

Fight 4 Change is primary driver of the sport for development agenda, with a focus on sporting young people from vulnerable and disenfranchised communities, with programs addressing crime reduction, inactivity, female engagement and mental health.

We recognise the value of sport and its coaches can bring to supporting such vulnerable groups- a sense of belonging, a positive outlet, mentoring, guidance and positive role models. We take a holistic approach to developing young people and their skills in bringing about positive change through our sports programmes.

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Every pound we receive helps young people the opportunity to make a positive change to their live.


Founded by Rebecca Donnelly MBE with help and support from key people, the charity started on a small scale of delivering boxing from an old run-down school building once a week.  With leaking roof and ring and a handful of gloves and bags the classes soon grew and the venue was later transformed into what is now the Black Prince Hub.  The sessions steamed from Rebecca own background as former Muay Thai world champion and later England boxing national champion.  Personal circumstances lead Rebecca to have a keen passion for Gangs intervention programs working with some of hardest to reach young people using boxing as a tool to get them on the right track. This journey led to Rebecca being awarded an MBE is 2015 for services to community and sport.