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PROJECT FIGHTING CHANCE 

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EVENTS SB STRONG

JOIN THE FIGHT TO 'KO' CHILDHOOD TRAUMA

Each month Project Fighting Chance offers special events onsite, offsite and virtual (when necessary) to "KO" childhood violence, aggression and trauma + food insecurity.  By providing youth valuable afterschool enrichment they not only become viable assets to themselves and family but to the community at-large.  So, stay connected to Project Fighting Chance Events and lets become SB STRONG together!  Donate Now and give a child a stable adulthood for life!

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AUG 20 | 4PM

2022

Something Just For Girls Afterschool "Eat & Greet" 

1263 Union St. San Bernardino, CA 92411

Victimization Prevention Mentoring 2022/'23

Series Session

Ages 12 - 18

FREE REGISTER

From Safety To Success

Project Fighting Chance knows that ensuring girls personal safety from sexual assault, abuse, harassment, human trafficking and dating violence is critical to their success over the lifespan.  Moreover, efforts to help them achieve selfcare and build self-esteem personally, academically and professionally will enable them to thrive.  Become a part of "S Factor"  by Project Fighting Chance afterschool.   It's about Safety and Self-esteem to be threat-free in achieving Success!  

Girls ages 12 - 18 encouraged to Register Today!

Safety Prevention Real Talk

On February 24, 2022 Project Fighting Chance began hosting young ladies inside the Enrichment room and Boxing gym to discuss the realities and warning signs of human sex trafficking, assault, harassment and teen dating violence.  The program featured a diversity of presenters with significant prevention and protection backgrounds to lead the discussion and encourage dialogue about personal safety.  Result: S FACTOR.  Taking being safe serious both physically and mentally.