Our team at ROH has developed a unique “dojo” style boxing program that is rooted in moral ethics, accountability and participation. We focus on teaching the discipline of boxing as a form of self-defense. In doing so we educate our students on Ring of Hope’s core value’s of Sacrifice, Humility, Accountability, Respect, Patience. Teaching our students what it is to have a “fighting spirit” for life in and out of the ring.
Our program has been assembled and carefully constructed by some of the greatest teachers throughout the history of boxing. Although we’re enthusiastic about our sport, our non-profit was not built to discover the next world champion. Ring of Hope was founded on the idea that through the art of boxing we can create character, confidence and community in today’s youth.
At Ring of Hope we see boxing as an art form and a privilege. No student is forced to participate in any competition and/or sparring. A new member is not allowed access to the ring, sparring or physical contact of any kind until they have completed “Level 1” of our program along with parental consent.