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NORTH AUGUSTA BOXING CLUB

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  • EIN 58-1633211
  • (803) 593-6382
  • 216 Patricia Drive North Augusta SC 29841 USA

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Amateur Sports, Sports

Mission: Promote amateur boxing

Programs: To promote, sponsor, conserve, coordinate and stimulate interest in the olympic sport of amateur boxing throughout the state of south carolina

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Board Member

Rating: 5

I have been associated with the NAPAL Boxing Club since the 1990s. It is rare to have a Boxing program that has been in continuous operation for that long and under the same leadership. The late Noah Newman and his wife have managed to do just that in North Augusta South Carolina. I have personally lost count of the (probably thousands) kids that have been impacted by the program. Boxing seems to attract and service at-risk kids perhaps more than many other sports. At the NAPAL there is a real family atmosphere which is needed and appreciated by the kids, many of whom come from lees than ideal family situations. JoAnne is referred to as Ma and Noah was known to the kids as Pops. And when their real mothers and fathers were not there for them, they always knew that they could, and still can, count on Ma and Pops. Boxing is important and the club has a tremendous record of producing outstanding boxers; but winning was the icing on the cake. The important thing has always been the kids. Maybe a bit unusual as you see videos of some youth sports competitions where winning is everything. So this is definitely a Winning Program and a Great Non-Profit.
Nelson Sayford
Augusta Georgia

Volunteer

Rating: 5

My 14 year old son is part of the boxing program and was recently chosen to attend a Youth Teen Summit representing NA PAL Boxing Club and it was such a great experience for him to learn to be a leader. It was held in Washington, D.C. and there were over 600 other mentors and mentees who were all representing PAL chapters all over the nation. I'm proud to be apart of this organization.

Susan N H.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Visited the club for a boxing tournament and was impressed by how clean it was and how professional the staff was .very hands on and helpful with the boxers and making sure they had everything they needed.