This Is Where Their Journey Begins

House of Boxing Champions Charity (HOBC) is a nationally recognized 501(c)(3) organization. It is committed to providing youth boxing and contact sports programs in low-resource communities with the proper protective equipment and educational resources they need to lower the risk of participants getting concussions and other sports-related brain injuries.

Our Vision

To make it safer for youth and young adults in low-resource communities to participate in contact sports offered by underfunded after-school programs, federal and city athletic programs and community athletic centers.

Our Mission

To be a national leader in providing underfunded youth contact sports programs with (1) the proper headgear and protective equipment needed to lower the risk of brain injuries during practices and amateur competitions and (2) funds for workshops that can help educate amateur athletes, parents and trainers about the best practices for preventing sports-related concussions and brain injuries

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A frightening statistic: according to the Association of Neurological Surgeons nearly 90 percent of boxers will experience a concussion at least once in their career. Research shows that there are more than 1.7 million documented TBIs annually, 173,285 of which are sports-related TBIs among children and adolescents. Repeated concussions can lead to life-threatening brain swelling, memory loss, impaired judgment, depression, Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s disease.

As the number of participants in youth sports continues to grow, the incidence of brain injury is proportionally increasing as well. It is imperative to provide youth athletic programs and facilities with the proper headgear, equipment, technology and education to prevent life-altering sports-related brain injuries.

HOBC is championing those efforts every day by targeting underfunded after-school programs, community centers, federal and city athletic programs in low resource communities. Please help us win this critical fight with your financial support and expertise. 

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Our Founders

Curtis Hunt

Curtis Hunt
Founder

Curtis is a father, husband, and entrepreneur. As a motivational speaker for struggling students, and a mentor to children in single-parent homes, he strives to improve the lives of those in need.

Greg Hunt

Greg Hunt
Founder

Greg is a husband, entrepreneur, and owner of several businesses. He embraces the core values of integrity, innovation, and growth by being an active volunteer and giving back to community.

Al Bernstein

Al Bernstein
Ambassador

Al is best known as the voice of boxing for ESPN and Showtime. He is passionate about fostering the values of safety and responsibility to next generation’s athletes.

James Edel

James Edel
Marketing Technology Director

James is an entrepreneur and proud dad of 3 nerds. As a volunteer for several youth organizations, he believes in empowering children with the skills and empathy to become leaders of positive change in their community.

Danique Liddell

Danique Liddell
Program Director

Danique is a mother and businesswomen. She has worked with the youth for over a decade. Danique serves as a mentor who inspires adolescents and young adults to seek fulfillment through their career goals.

Gayle Windom

Al Bernstein
Consultant

Gayle is a wife, mother, grandmother, and CEO of a leading consulting firm providing leadership coaching to nonprofit executives. She is passionate about programs targeting youth in urban under-served communities.

Our Partners

We would like to thank our Past and Present Partners for their help with our Organization.

Al Bernstein Live
Everlast
Ringside Boxing
Title Boxing