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The late Joseph E. Robert, Jr. started Fight Night 28 years ago as an opportunity to get his friends and colleagues together for a fun night to support a great cause- improving the lives of at-risk children throughout the Mid-Atlantic.

Since that first event in 1990, Fight Night has generated more than $60 million; fueling our work at Fight For Children and enabling us to continue Joe’s mission of improving early childhood education.

This year, Fight Night promises to deliver even more excitement than ever before with world class artists, entertainment, and the opportunity to help continue to transform the lives of children throughout the area.

Fight Night Updates

  • Fight Night 2017 – November 2, 2017 – Click here for a schedule of events.
  • Click here to learn more about 2017 Sponsorship opportunities.
  • Click here to secure your table today!
  • Interested in learning more about the Party Deck? Click here.


All “call-in” reservations can be made by calling 1-800-HILTONS and referring to group code: FFC.

Individuals can also make their reservations online at https://aws.passkey.com/go/FIGHTNIGHT2017

Sponsorship, Table, and Ticket Information

For over 26 years, Fight Night has raised critical funds to support education programs for low-income children in the Greater Washington area. By being part of Fight Night, you have an unparalleled opportunity to network with your peers, entertain your colleagues and associates, and most importantly, feel good about being part of the fight.

Tables for 2017 on Sale Now!

Click here to Secure Your Table Now.

Sponsorship opportunities now available!

Please click here to learn more. For additional information, please contact Michelle Babst

Fight For Children
1029 Vermont Avenue, NW
Suite 300
Washington, DC 20005



*Publicity Magazine is not affiliated with Fight Night nor is it endorsed or implied. The logo is a registered trademark of Fight Night.


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