VCB 2019

Now celebrating its 5th year

Don’t miss Toronto’s most entertaining and action packed boxing fundraiser. Catch all the action live as business executives duke it out in a Las Vegas worthy production – all in support of the Pinball Clemons Foundation.

$650,000 raised for the Pinball Clemons Ambassador School since 2016


Welcome to the 5th annual Victory Charity Ball, Toronto’s premium boxing fundraising gala.

Check out last year’s event!

All guests will enjoy a cocktail reception, celebrity guests and musicians, live and silent auctions, an incredible four course dinner prepared by Daniel et Daniel, unlimited premium liquor and cocktails all night, eight fully sanctioned boxing matches in a Las Vegas style setting – and an after party with DJ for those that don’t have to work early the next morning.

Thursday May 23rd, 2019
CBC Studios, 250 Front Street West, Toronto, M5V 3G5

Cocktail Reception (Main Atrium, 1st Floor)

Dinner, Entertainment & Boxing (Studio 40, 10th Floor)
7:00PM – 11:00PM

After Party (Main Atrium, 1st Floor)
11:00PM – 1:00AM


The Ambassador Program is an alternative school program designed to assist youth, who have dropped out of high school, to reengage with learning. The aim is to help them complete their Ontario Secondary School Diploma, gain valuable life skills, and successfully move into a post-secondary school environment.

The program currently services 15 full time youth, and 5 part time youth, with two Teachers and one Child and Youth Worker. Students work at their own pace on academic courses, and participate in a life skills program which focuses on skill building for youth to live independently and successfully. These life skills include learning the basics of cooking and nutrition, physical health and wellness, financial literacy, and personal life management.

Students also engage in community support activities, volunteering, and a program called the “SpeakOut” where they travel to grade 7 and 8 classrooms across the city of Toronto and deliver a “stay in school” presentation based on their own life story and life choices. Ambassador Students have spoken to nearly 30,000 students over the past 10 years.

The core philosophy of the Ambassador Program is that every student can learn, achieve their goals, and realize their potential regardless of their socio-economic status, upbringing, or experiences.

The Pinball Clemons Foundation’s vision is to empower youth through education by bringing them from the margins to the mainstream. They invest in the best charities that provide both wrap-around and holistic approaches to local and global sustainability through education.

Locally, the Pinball Clemons Foundation focuses on supporting the most marginalized youth from community to career, by investing in programs that help empower them and create self-sustainability. We are making the invisible, visible… powerful, independent and strong! The ultimate goal is not a diploma or degree – we want to see youth gainfully employed in careers they desire.

To learn more about the Pinball Clemons Foundation visit


VCB 2019 Sponsors

To purchase your Sponsorship, Table or Ticket – hover over the table to see the cost. Click on your desired table and you will be guided through to the payment stage where you can pay by credit card or cheque.


Rob Base

Rob Base hails from Harlem New York. He first began performing with various groups such as: Sure Shot Seven, Cosmic 3 MC’s, Freedom Force and Disco Enforcers. He and partner DJ EZ Rock, (whom he has known since the 4th grade) would eventually separate from the groups to form Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock. Their first single ‘DJ Interview’ came out on Mike and Dave’s label Star Maker’s Records in 1986. World to World Records would produce their second single ‘Make It Hot’ in 1987. Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock’s music began to gain momentum and they would receive a distribution deal with Profile Records by 1988.

In 1988, Profile Records released Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock’s debut album It Takes Two. The title track became a massive single. The single and the album were certified platinum by the RIAA on June 12, 1989 and December 28, 1989, respectively. The single, gained Single of the Year honors from both Spin Magazine and The Village Voice. Additional singles such as Get on the Dance Floor and Joy and Pain continued to help push the album to multi-platinum status. In 1989, Rob Base dropped a solo release album “The Incredible Base” which included a number of hits such as: Turn It Out (Go Base), Get Up and Have A Good Time.

Hosted By


Kardinal Offishall, for the past two decades, has become a highly regarded rapper and record producer recognized for spearheading the Canadian hip-hop music scene. Since the late 2000’s he’s claimed the international music stage with features on hit records such as Akon’s “Beautiful”, Lady Gaga’s “Just Dance” and his own single “Dangerous”,which peaked #5 on the Billboard Hot 100, making him the first rapper in Canadian history to do so.

Kardinal has been nominated for 15 Juno Awards, and is a multiple ASCAP Award and Socan Award winner. Kardinal is one of the hardest working men in the business and never stops working to perfect his craft as an artist, performer, entertainer, and businessman. The Toronto bred star has criss-crossed the globe performing in some of the most prestigious stadiums, arenas, and festivals, giving his fans the ultimate high energy, mash-up performance.


Laura Ward is an entertainment guru, working as a Segment Producer for Canada’s top entertainment show, etalk. From the downtown studio to red carpets in L.A., Laura has interviewed everyone, from Hollywood’s A-List including Will Smith, Mark Wahlberg, and Robert Redford – to the stars of the sports world, including Kyle Lowry and Shaquille O’Neal.


Cabral Richards, better known as “Cabbie”, is a Canadian sports television personality on Sportscentre on TSN. Richards hosts and produces “Cabbie Presents” on Sportscentre on TSN. Cabbie offers a light-hearted slice of life look at professional athletes, with a sketch-based format to the segment. Richards has interviewed LeBron James and Kobe Bryant together, orchestrated a trade for Aaron Rodgers to Canada, raced Usain Bolt and sung with Kevin Hart.


All donations of $50 or more will receive live access to the event via a livestream.

Jason Maynard

The Academy Kickboxing & BJJ

38 yrs

210 lbs

Michael Fournier

Modern Niagara

36 yrs

214 lbs

Ryan Skene


35 yrs

195 lbs

Shaun Pham


29 yrs

160 lbs


Gregory Azeff

Miller Thompson LLP

47 yrs

185 lbs

Meaghan Murray


27 yrs

120 lbs

Jennifer Williams

Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd.

43 yrs

154 lbs

Adam Bolton

Bolton Hardscaping

38 yrs

185 lbs


Chad Wynter

Hard Studio

33 yrs

211 lbs

Cesar Zuluaga

Zuluaga Media Inc.

36 yrs

211 lbs

Marcello Aragona


30 yrs

178 lbs

Adam Stapley

Capital Lending Centre

33 yrs

141 lbs


Todd Hofley


47 yrs

166 lbs

Cecilia Divito

Graphic Designer

23 yrs

130 lbs

Sabrina Caruso

Orangeville Fire Dept.

43 yrs

166 lbs

Matt Douglas

Allied Properties REIT

45 yrs

175 lbs


The CBC – Studio 40, 10th Floor
250 Front Street West, Toronto, M5V 3G5

Underground parking is available directly next door at Simcoe Place
(200 Front Street West), which is directly connected to the CBC building underground via the Path System.

Click here for a parking map