On June 6th, Scott Tabachnick will trade in his laptop for boxing gloves to fight for youth who can't fight for themselves.
All donations will be directed to the Education Fund for students who are kicking off their Fall semester in September.
IN SUPPORT OF
"I get asked this question every time I tell someone I'm participating in Victory Gala. There are a few reasons which all stem from one truth: "It's important to be comfortable doing the uncomfortable".
I want to show my kids, the youth in programs at the Pinball Clemons Foundation, and myself that it's ok to try new and different things. That even as you age, you can put yourself out there to try new things. To be comfortably uncomfortable.
I am so inspired by the young people in the Pinball Clemons Foundation. Their desire and will power to change their circumstances is amazing, and I am honoured to play a small part (even if it involves getting punched in the face) to help them achieve their goals."
- Scott tabachnick
ABOUT THE CAUSE
The Pinball Clemons Foundation provides marginalized and racialized youth with educational resources and options to integrate into the mainstream of society.
The ultimate goal is to see youth successfully entering the workforce,
gainfully employed in careers they desire.
All event proceeds will support students through their academic journey with mentorship, tuition, books and supplies needed to graduate. Our
promise to youth is to place them into a career 45 days after graduation.