Interface's DV Champions for Change
Interface Children & Family Services receives first-time award for domestic violence prevention from World Boxing Council's philanthropic arm, World Boxing Cares, for spearheading domestic violence awareness, education and advocacy. In recognition for their role as "DV Champions for Change," a replica championship belt and medallion was presented to Interface executive director, Erik Sternad and Nicholle Gonzalez-Seitz, director of family violence intervention. Title Boxing Club, Newbury Park hosted the first annual "Purple Punch Out: Knock Out Domestic Violence" event after being approached by Maureen Shea, 2x world boxing champion, domestic violence survivor and training partner for Hillary Swank's Oscar winning performance in "Million Dollar Baby" movie.
Interface receives award from World Boxing Council (WBC) World Cares for being "DV Champions for Change."
Interface partners with Maureen Shea, 2X world boxing champion, domestic violence survivor and training partner for Hillary Swank's Oscar winning performance in "Million Dollar Baby" movie to raise awareness about domestic violence.
WBC awards Interface "DV Champions for Change," replica championship belt and medallion.
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