Lee May is more than just the senior partner at Beamridge. He’s also an avid boxing fan and a physical fitness enthusiast, interests which he’s using to help the young people in his community. As a philanthropist, May looks for new and exciting ways to help his community and give back, which is why he’s taking part in a 10k sponsored run. The proceeds from the run will go towards helping the Nemesis Amateur Boxing Club buy a new mini bus.
Beamridge has long sponsored the Nemesis ABC, finding it important to help young people pursue their passion for the sport. By supporting the boxing club and helping the teens to obtain the best possible training, Lee May’s company is ensuring the young boxers will learn skills that will help them in competition and in life. The Nemesis ABC boxers compete in domestic bouts and attend European competitions, so their ability to travel is important to their futures as boxers.
The sport of boxing is only one way that the young people are helped by May’s involvement. In helping to raise money for the club, May and his company are creating a more positive atmosphere and serving as positive role models. The club promotes strong family values and encourages participants to bond and develop lasting relationships.
As a fan of the sport, Lee May combines his love for boxing with his desire to help the young people in his community. For him, this is the best way of giving back, after receiving so much good in his own life. Nemesis Amateur Boxing Club gives young people a place to go and a constructive way to release energy, while also teaching them valuable skills. The money May raises will go towards improving the boxing club’s facility and services, so the members will have even more resources to better themselves.