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Charity Running

www.corporatechallengeboxing.com

2013

In January 2011, Fred Voccola of FGI Risk Services participated in a charity boxing event organized by Corporate Challenge Boxing. After successfully completing three months of intense training, Corporate Challenge Boxing narrowed it down to 16 individuals and allowed them to test their skills in the ring while raising money for an important cause. The donation recipient of the winter 2011 event was the Lupus Foundation of America. The LFA programs serve to improve the diagnosis and treatment of lupus, support individuals and families, increase awareness among health professionals and the public, and expand research efforts to develop new treatments for lupus and, ultimately, find a cure. With headquarters in Washington, D.C., LFA is made up of 300 chapters throughout 32 states.

www.lupus.org/newsite/index.html

2012

In January 2011, Fred Voccola of FGI Risk Services participated in a charity boxing event organized by Corporate Challenge Boxing. After successfully completing three months of intense training, Corporate Challenge Boxing narrowed it down to 16 individuals and allowed them to test their skills in the ring while raising money for an important cause. The donation recipient of the winter 2011 event was the Lupus Foundation of America. The LFA programs serve to improve the diagnosis and treatment of lupus, support individuals and families, increase awareness among health professionals and the public, and expand research efforts to develop new treatments for lupus and, ultimately, find a cure. With headquarters in Washington, D.C., LFA is made up of 300 chapters throughout 32 states.

www.lupus.org/newsite/index.html

2011

In January 2011, Fred Voccola of FGI Risk Services participated in a charity boxing event organized by Corporate Challenge Boxing. After successfully completing three months of intense training, Corporate Challenge Boxing narrowed it down to 16 individuals and allowed them to test their skills in the ring while raising money for an important cause. The donation recipient of the winter 2011 event was the Lupus Foundation of America. The LFA programs serve to improve the diagnosis and treatment of lupus, support individuals and families, increase awareness among health professionals and the public, and expand research efforts to develop new treatments for lupus and, ultimately, find a cure. With headquarters in Washington, D.C., LFA is made up of 300 chapters throughout 32 states.

www.lupus.org/newsite/index.html