Charm City Builders Knocks Out Cancer!

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The Charm City Builders Team Presents Baltimore Fight Night 

The Charm City Builders team is joining forces with Baltimore Institution the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults to knock out cancer! 

The history of Baltimore boxing dates back to 1902 when the first Baltimorean “Old Master” Joe Gans won the World Title as the World Lightweight Champion. With continuous training in Baltimore City, Old Master studied the scientific approach to the sport and became a legend with 145 wins and 100 knockouts during his professional career.

The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults invites you to take a step back in time to sit around the ring for this first-time event, Baltimore Fight Night to Knock Out Cancer on Saturday, March 24th, 2018 at the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore. This unique event will give you the opportunity to promote your business or organization while simultaneously assisting the Ulman Cancer Fund in our efforts to change the lives of young adults impacted by cancer.

Founded by the Ulman family after their son, Doug Ulman, was diagnosed with cancer during his sophomore year at Brown University, UCF gives young people facing cancer the support and resources for the care they need and deserve. The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults has been changing lives by creating community support for young adults, and their loved ones, as they fight cancer and embrace survivorship since 1996.

Please join the Ulman Cancer Fund and our presenters Charm City Builders, Knockout Fitness, and the Amystrong Foundation as we knockout cancer Old Master style and help the Ulman Cancer Fund raise awareness for young adults battling cancer.


If you have any questions regarding sponsorship opportunities, please call 410-964-0202 or email To learn more about the Ulman Cancer Fund and the support we give to young adults facing cancer, please visit our website our community can do its part to help knock out cancer!