In 2015, leading expert and mentor in the world of performance coaching Ric Moylan experienced the loss of his niece Soffia Rose, just 12 days old.
Later this month, the event will return to Manchester, raising money for Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital and Saint Mary’s Hospital Charity.
Now in its fifth year, the charity event will see over 700 guests in attendance at the luxurious Vermillion Grand Suite.
ConnectIn Events, run by Penni Pennington and David Ward, are known for their charitable productions and commit to a set number of events to help others every year.
They decided to get involved following meeting performance coach Ric Moylan by chance and being touched by his inspiring story.
The Charity Boxing Night, supported by headline sponsor The ANS Group, has many ambassadors, including TV celebrity Catherine Tyldesley, who will be present on the night to offer her support.
“I am so thrilled to be involved with Charity Boxing Nights for the fourth consecutive year,” said Catherine.
“What an awesome weekend it promises to be and what an outstanding event Ric Moylan and ConnectIn Events create each year.”
St Mary’s NICU provides intensive care to babies born prematurely or experiencing health complications.
Their Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is one of the five directorates (specialities) that make up Saint Mary’s Hospital.
“With the support of ConnectIn events, we will return this year with a bang,” said Ric Moylan, Founder of Charity Boxing Nights.
“Our vision for CBN is to raise at least £1 million for the hospital, and I’m certain that after the disappointment of having to cancel last year, we will bounce back bigger and better than ever”.
Charity Boxing Nights will take place on Friday 24th and Saturday 25th September. For more information, click here.