Ring of Champs Boxing Show In Fontana at the Jessie Turner Center helps Fighting 4 the Tatas cause!

The Fontana Boxing Club will hold the Ring of Champs Boxing Show on August 10, 2019, at 1 pm, in the Jessie Turner Center in Fontana, CA. This event is scheduled to hold 20 bouts of young amateur boxers and will showcase the work of the Fontana Boxing Club and the young boxers that are learning boxing skills, training in building self-confidence and self-discipline.


City Pride Magazine is partnering with the Fontana Boxing Club and Fighting 4 the Tatas to help promote the Ring of Champs Boxing Show. We are providing advertisement and media promotion and providing a special issue of City Pride Magazine that will be a souvenir program for the Ring of Champs Boxing show. This special edition will feature stories about the activities at the Fontana Boxing Club and the young people that they are helping to grow into champions. This edition will also feature Fighting 4 The Tatas Breast Cancer Awareness Organization and the work they are doing to alert the community of this dangerous health threat. We will also cover other important events and news in Fontana and the Inland Empire.
We are offering business, community leaders and individuals an opportunity to join us and be a part of this great event. We are offering pages in the magazine/program where businesses can advertise and show their support for what these community organizations are doing. The advertisement will help support the activities of the Fontana Boxing Club and Fighting 4 The Tatas Breast Cancer Awareness Organization.
Join us by getting a full-page ad for only $200 and ½ page ad for only $100. Cover page ads for front and back page is only $500. Please join us in our efforts to make this event successful and continue to provide these great services to our communities. Call City Pride Magazine at (424) 222-2296 or email citypridemag@gmail.com for more information on how you can participate.
The Ring of Champs Boxing Show will be a great event for the entire community. The cost is only $10 General, $20 Ringside and part of the proceeds will go toward Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Awareness. For more info on Fontana Boxing Club visit at 7893 Sierra Ave. Fontana CA or call (909) 997- 5724 or view http://www.fontanaboxing club.com

Breast Cancer Awareness Festival In The Park.

The City of Rialto Parks and rec., has approved the Rialto City Park for our 2nd Annual Breast Cancer Festival and 5K walk in the Park, scheduled for October 5, 2019.  This is going to be a Great event and we are expecting about 600 guest to come and enjoy music, vendors, food, a Kid Zone that was off the chart last year.

Our “Come Walk with me” , plans are being made this year we will have a 5K walk starting at 8:00am to 10:00am.  The Festival will start at 10:00am in the Rialto City Park located on the corner of Riverside ave and San Bernardino avenue.

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Those fighting the deadliest of all cancers are celebrating a historic day, October 3, when the first official awareness day for Inflammatory Breast Cancer in the State of California was designated to raise state-wide awareness of the aggressive deadly cancer for the purpose of preserving life by preventing unnecessary deaths.

Instrumental in making the state resolution a reality was Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer, Inc., an organization founded by Joshlyn Earls of Rialto who worked with State Senator Connie M. Leyva (20th District) and Assemblywoman Eloise Gomez Reyes (47th District) to secure final passage of the bill in May. Members of the Tatas organization were on hand to witness the bill’s affirmation.

To commemorate the bill’s passage, on Saturday, October 6, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer, Inc., and the City of Rialto are co-sponsoring a Breast Cancer Awareness Festival In the park at Rialto City Park, located at 130 E. San Bernardino Avenue in the City of Rialto.  Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer, Inc., and the City of Rialto invite everyone to learn about the deadly disease that has been impacting young and old that cannot be detected through a mammogram.

The bill seeks to bring greater awareness, understanding and insight to Inflammatory Breast Cancer as awareness is the first step in recognizing the disease in its earliest stages gaining the appropriate treatment to save lives according to Earls as the devastating disease progresses rapidly and getting treatment quickly is the difference between life and death.

Inflammatory Breast Cancer is a rapidly progressing and extremely aggressive disease in which cancer cells block lymph vessels in the skin of the breast within a matter of weeks or months. It is often difficult to diagnose as many in the medical field are unaware of the disease, which appears to be an itchy rash that can be easily misdiagnosed as an infection, occurs in younger women and can affect men as well.

“The disease is entirely different from other types of cancer,” explained Dr. Massino Cristofanilli of Northwestern University who added, “As a result, the symptoms, prognosis and outcomes all require specific, customized attention.”  Cristopfanilli revealed some 15,000 to 20,000 cases are diagnosed annually.

“The bill helps us as an organization support our advocacy work by validating the everyday experiences of patients with this lethal disease,” said Earls, who founded Fighting 4 the Tatas in 2011 after being diagnosed with the disease, explaining, “Addressing their needs through better access to health care is an important step toward saving lives.”

Earls is seeking financial support to organize educational events to educate the medical community and public about the disease to prevent misdiagnosis of the deadly disease, to encourage early detection and save lives.

Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer is seeking your support on Saturday, October 6th at the Breast Cancer Awareness Festival In The Park by attending our “COME WALK WITH ME” a celebratory walk in honor of those we have lost and those still fighting the aggressive breast cancers.  No Money necessary to attend; just come walk with me gathering at 7:30 a.m., walk starts at 8:00 a.m.  There will be a Decorate a Bra competition, come and sign our ribbon at our wall of ribbons, participate in our silent auction, enjoy the music, while your children enjoy the Kid Zone.


Friday Night Live in Rialto Fundraiser to benefit local Charites. #Rialtopride



Come out and have an awesome time at FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE IN RIALTO 🗣🗣🗣
This is going to be an exciting night, and a great fundraiser for Rialto Aerospace Academy, Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Organization and Athletes for Life Foundation!

Save the date for March 2, 2018 to see clean comedian Cizzle C Comedy here in City of Rialto!   With your help, you can support not just our cause but two other amazing causes as well.  Hurry and get your tickets now, before it’s too late!    To learn more  please visit https://cizzlechshadeblue.eventbrite.com

You can also visit www.fighting4thetatas.org for more information as well.

See you, March 2nd, 2018.









Learn how your Tax Return can help Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer

This year, Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Organization has teamed up with H & R Block, to help raise funds for the awareness of Inflammatory Breast Cancer.  All you have to do is simply sign up with H&R Block and they will donate $20 for each person who signs up.  Just do not forget to give them our Referral ID# which is listed below.

H&R Block Web Image Half Size Flyer

Dont Forget to Write Down our Nonprofit Referral ID 40010001096887, or Take this flyer to your H&R Block Tax Appointment in order for our Organization to receive credit. Also please feel free to Forward this e-mail to anyone who needs their taxes filed this year. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out by calling us at (909) 820-1206 or e-mail us at info@fighting4thetatas.com