Boxing Star Floyd Mayweather Donates 100K To Build Homes For Needy Families

Floyd Mayweather Provides $100,000 Sponsorship to Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas as Lead Sponsor for the 2012 Blitz Build

Champion boxer Floyd Mayweather will present a check for  $50,000 to Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas in support of its Blitz Build project
that starts on June 4. Mayweather will be the Lead Sponsor for the build and has pledged a total of $100,000 to the organization for the

This is the second time Floyd has donated 100k in recent weeks. Just a couple of weeks ago Floyd Donated 100k to help cancer victims.

Blitz Build
is a program that brings the community and volunteers together to build a home for a deserving family in just five days. The house
will be located in Vegas Heights and is being constructed for a family of five.  The new homeowners will be Tanya and Trent Torrence.


“We truly appreciate Floyd’s support in helping us to reach our mission of providing simple, decent,  affordable homes for working families through Las Vegas,” “said Delor. “Habitat  for Humanity’s continuing efforts in neighborhoods such as Vegas Heights helps ensure that these communities will stabilize for everyone living there and bring new working families into the community”


“I am happy to support  Habitat for Humanity, a special organization that has done excellent work in Las Vegas to provide housing for needy families in the area,” said Mayweather. “My boxing career has afforded me the opportunity to make charitable contribution to worthy causes and I believe the Blitz Build project is one of those causes.


About  Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas

Established in Clark
County in 1991, Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas is a not-for-profit organization that builds simple, decent, affordable housing with the help of volunteer labor
and donated time, materials and funds.  Each home is sold at no profit and with a no-interest mortgage to local working families who otherwise might be forced
to live in substandard housing.  These families contribute “sweat equity” by helping in the construction of their own homes. For more information, visit


In addition to meeting minimum and maximum income requirements, working families who qualify for the program must perform 300 hours of volunteer labor building Habitat homes,
including the one they will eventually purchase.  Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas is presently working to qualify 22 families for the Home Ownership program.  The
organization has acquired 20 building lots around the valley. Information about the next Home Ownership orientation is available on the organization’s website, or by calling 702-638-6477.



About Floyd Mayweather

The best boxer of this era and without question the most talented Floyd Mayweather, an
undefeated seven-time world championship in five weight classes, has shown an
unprecedented mix of speed, power and natural instincts that has translated to a
professional record of 42 wins, 26 knockout and no losses.  His phenomenal
career, which has afforded him record-setting career earnings, has allowed him
to accomplish extraordinary things in and out of the ring.  Mayweather’s
philanthropic efforts and dedication to those people in need motivated him to
found the Floyd Mayweather Jr. Foundation (FMJF) in July of 2007.
Through his own efforts and those of the FMJF, Mayweather has been the driving
force behind large scale food drives, education giveaways for students in need
of school supplies, Toys for Tots collections during the holidays, and many
other ongoing financial donations to organizations in Las Vegas, in his hometown
of Grand Rapids, MI, and across the United States.