A NIGHT IN MY SHOES
Two Events | One Mission
The physical and mental obstacles overcome by children fighting cancer and championship boxers are a testament to the strength of the human spirit. Over the course of two evenings, we will pay tribute to their strength and courage and celebrate their tenacity. A Night In My Shoes is made up of two events over the course of two evenings. First, a Champion’s Evening featuring some of boxing’s greatest fighters across multiple generations. The mediated discussion will inspire combat fans as well as anyone encouraged by the power of the human spirit. The following evening will be a lavish Black Tie Gala Affair including a cocktail reception, formal dinner, program, live entertainment and dancing all night long, and silent auctions.
Friday, October 15, 2021
Black Tie Gala
Saturday, October 16, 2021
JW MARRIOTT BONNET CREEK
Both events will be hosted at the JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort & Spa. The JW brings modern luxury to Central Florida. Located near Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, our hotel offers warm, inviting social spaces and amenities. Hotel features include a Spa by JW®, resort pool with splash pad, specialty restaurants and a rooftop terrace boasting nightly views of the nearby Disney fireworks display. When you’re ready to explore Orlando, take our shuttle to the Disney World® Resort theme parks and Disney Springs, just minutes from the hotel.
Special discounts have been arranged to book a room at the venue.
Supporting those who have fought, and those who are still fighting.
The Moth Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded by the Moth Family of Central Florida. Members of the Moth Foundation, as well as all enlisted supporters, operate on a purely volunteer basis. Our organization incurs no administrative costs. We organize and promote fundraising events, and donate 100% of the proceeds to charities.
The Biggest Battle
Each day, 46 children are diagnosed with cancer. Our fundraising efforts help to ensure kids receive the best treatment possible, regardless of the financial situations of their families.
Champions In Need
Having no professional union or organizational support, retired boxers suffering from hardship are often left to struggle alone. From traumatic brain injury to depression to alcoholism and depression, the landmines of life after a fighting career are difficult to navigate without support.