Yecson doesn’t think he’s a hero, but his daughter knows that her father makes a difference in their community. She said that before her father opened Trinibox, her classmates were involved in gangs and using drugs at a young age, but under Yecson’s influence, they have been set on the right path.
Yescon does not charge his students for training at Trinibox. He funds the gym by working 12-hour overnight shifts at the dangerous Guayaquil docks six days a week. He has no mode of transportation, and often goes without eating to keep his family fed and underprivileged students boxing.
In a country where those in poverty live on less than $5.50 a day, a small donation to Trinibox can make a life changing difference towards the futures of vulnerable child athletes and the man who has dedicated his life to teaching them.
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