Famous since the age of 17, when he won the silver medal at the 2004 Olympics, Amir Khan went on to become one of the youngest boxers to win the WBA light welterweight title. Now aged 32, Khan is still active, both in the ring and out of it.
Since 2014, the Amir Khan Foundation has been supporting disadvantaged young people around the world. From building orphanages in Gambia to giving out equipment to schools in Kashmir, Khan is famous for allocating both time and money in his charitable projects.
In 2018 alone, more than 100 young people were murdered in London. Through our collaboration with the former boxing champion we aim to help less fortunate young people in London out off the streets and into jobs. The Ring the Changes initiative consists of fundraising activities, educational events and inspirational talks that envision to secure employment for 100 young people by 2022.