Long Island Fight for Charity

Rhonda Klch

Rhonda “Master of Financial Disaster” Klch will meet Susan “Super Sue” Vaughan, her contender, in the ring at the Long Island Fight for Charity, at the Hilton Long Island, in Melville, on Monday, Nov. 23. Klch is a resident of Mount Sinai and President at Equity First LLC in Coram and also CEO at Personal Equity Protection Plan (PEPP) Network.

The Long Island Fight for Charity is one of Long Island’s largest and most anticipated charity networking events of the year. Boxing matches feature local business professionals going toe-to-toe on the canvas as the main attraction. This popular fundraising event also includes networking and food and beverages provided by local restaurants.

3guysKlch is sponsored by PinkTie.org and PinkTie1000 for the second consecutive year. She will don a pink robe proudly displaying the PinkTie.org logo, a network that has become synonymous with charitable giving on Long Island. PinkTie.org and PinkTie1000’s core mission is to benefit local organizations, which are predominately volunteer, and have little-to-no overhead costs or administrative fees. This allows them to make the most direct impact in the communities that they serve. PinkTie1000 provides attainable ways for socially conscious business professionals to give back while tapping into our extensive network and gaining access to exclusive Steiner and PinkTie.org events. By committing just $100 per quarter, anyone can be part of a group that donates $100,000 to various causes, 4 times per year.

Rhonda Klch

Proceeds from this unique Long Island Fight for Charity fundraiser will be donated to Long Island Community Chest, The Genesis School and the National Foundation for Human Potential. Long Island Fight for Charity’s 2015 goal is to top over 1 million in donations to local charities. This event is expected to sell out and break previous records.

Tickets for the 12th Main Event are available online. Ringside V.I.P. seats are $225, premium seats are $125, and both include admission to a pre-event special networking and cocktail reception. The V.I.P. reception starts at 5:30 p.m. The doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the boxing matches begin at 6:30 p.m. More than 20 local restaurants will provide food and beverages for the event.

For tickets and information visit www.lifightforcharity.org or call 877-240-7821.

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