Trust Sports Emporium Ltd gave boxing equipment to Ghana Boxing Authority (GBA) and other beneficiaries. The donated equipment and supplies included boxing rings, punching bags, speed balls, medicine balls, gloves, bandage scissors, boxing ring tools, original headgear, rope shackles, corner post protectors, mouth guard, hand wraps, abdominal guards and others.

Other beneficiaries included , Ghana Amateur Boxing Federation, Catch Them Young (CTY) group and United Boxing Coaches Association of Ghana. Mr. Jacek Slotala and Mr. Wikior Stauinski of ETC Polska said they were aware of the potentials of Ghanaian boxers, which was why they were supporting the sport on a long-term basis. Board Chair of Trust Sports, Mrs Joyce Ampem Opoku said the gift was meant to help develop boxing in Ghana and produce more champions.

GBA President Mr. Peter Zweenes received the gift on behalf of the association. A Grateful Mr. Zweenes was lost for words. He explained that GBA contacted Trust Sports for assistance, but never anticipated the magnitude of the donation.

President of Ghana Amateur Boxing Federation (GABF) Mr. George Lamptey noted that the gift was a great moral booster for the Black Bombers who training hard in Cape Coast in preparation for the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Australia.

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