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WBC Trying To Fundraise For Japan Relief

BY The Sweet Science ON March 23, 2011
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14_marzob_engThe Japan Boxing Commission has established a specific bank account for donations to the Japan Relief Fund, which will be open until April 30, 2011.

The World Boxing Council has also created a bank account in the United States, and all donations received will be sent to the Japan Boxing Commission account.

Once again we invite all the boxing community to participate in this task to help our brother nation of Japan.

All the money will be delivered to the Red Cross in Japan by the Japan Boxing Commission on behalf of the world community of boxing.

How can you help the Japan Relief fund?

  • Money donation to the WBC account, Japan Boxing Commission account, or to the Consulate or Embassy of Japan in your country.

World Boxing Council – Japan Relief Fund
Account number: 23909506
ABA: 06009155
Bank: Total Bank
2720 Coral Way
Miami, Florida 33145-3271 U.S.A.
Japan Boxing Commission account
Paying Bank: Mizuho Bank, Ltd.
Branch: Iidabashi Branch No. 61
Swift Code: MHBKJPJT
Account No. 061 2541469
Beneficiary: Japan Boxing Commission
Address: Tokyo Dome
1-3-61, Koraku, Bunkyo-Ku, Tokyo, Japan

  • Purchase the commemorative T-shirts produced for the Berto vs. Ortiz fight.
  • Bid on the glove specially signed by Sergio Martinez.
  • Create your own event to raise funds.

Questions? Go to www.wbcboxing.com.

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