Going for Gold with Donnington Boxing Club

Donnington Boxing Club has received £1,000 from The Pavers Foundation to help purchase new equipment and fund travel for children who take part in competitions away from home.


The donation came after a member of the team at our store in Telford, applied through the employee-grant initiative to support the boxing club.


The Pavers Foundation donates £1,000 to Donnington Boxing Club

Tristan Davies, Head Coach with Kerry Harris, Store Manager at Pavers in Telford.

Donnington Boxing Club work to keep young children off the streets and away from trouble, helping to instill focus, discipline, and self confidence. The children who attend the club regularly take part in competitions away from home, and because of this, the club regularly tries to come up with new ideas and ways to fundraise to help fund these trips, ensuring competitions can be reached.


Marie Samuels, Retail Area Manager at Pavers said: “It’s great to see Pavers Foundation supporting local clubs in the area. Donnington Boxing Club and Head Coach Tristan do some fantastic work encouraging young people to take up boxing in turn teaching them discipline, getting them off the streets and in some cases making professional boxers of them.


The team there are truly committed to the club, holding regular training sessions, taking them to ‘fight nights’ all around the country and giving up lots of their spare time to do this.The club will hugely benefit from the donation in terms of much needed equipment.”


Tristan Davies, Head Coach of Donnington Boxing Club said:


“The £1,000 has helped the club with purchasing new equipment i.e. Different boxing gloves from kids sizes to adults sizes, new protectors, new head guards, skipping ropes and new pads.


Thank you to the Pavers Foundation for the donation which will keep the club going and keep kids off the streets”.  


The Pavers Foundation is pleased to be able to support Donnington Boxing Club, who are passionate about keeping children away from troubles they may face on the streets. We hope the club benefits greatly from the donation and the new equipment.