Charity Work

Charities Amir Has Supported:


Amir's Charity Work:

Amir Fights Child Cruelty With The NSPCC

Amir has supported the NSPCC since 2004. As NSPCC ambassador, he works closely with the NSPCC’s schools teams to help children understand what abuse is, encourage them to talk about abuse and ensure they know where to turn to if they need help.

"It is an honour to be appointed an NSPCC ambassador and it is a role I take very seriously. I am lucky that I have always had friends and family around me, encouraging me to follow my dreams – some children just dream of a life free from abuse and cruelty. I hope my appointment will encourage more children to have confidence to speak out and believe in themselves."

BGC's Third Annual Charity Day

Khan manned the phone for broker BGC's third annual charity day, helping to raise funds for several charities, including the Society for Multiple Sclerosis.

Raising Funds For Spinal Muscular Atrophy

Tuesday 18th Sept 2007 Khan took time out from his busy training schedule to help raise money of charity which supports sufferers of Spinal Muscular Atrophy, and offers help to their families. More than £10,000 was raised on the night.

Amir Khan meets The Queen On Behalf Of The NSPCC


Amir swapped his boxing gloves for a sharp suit to attend a reception at St. James’ in London alongside other supporters of the NSPCC. The other royals in attendance included HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and their son HRH The Duke of York.

Amir Scores Goal For Sharon

Amir Khan played with TV and sports stars in a charity soccer match to help the family of Sharon Beshenivsky, the police officer shot dead in Bradford.

Pakistan Earthquake Disaster

Earthquake Khan travelled to Pakistan with the Oxfam aid agency to see first-hand the plight of the earthquake survivors and hand out vital food parcel to children in the camp in Northern Pakistan.

Amir, who took 50 storm-proof shelters with him on the trip, said he had seen pictures of the devastation but seeing the reality of the situation on the ground made him realise just how big the disaster was and how much help was needed.

Khan went on to meet with students in a makeshift school in the Chattar Klass camp and told them how he first got interested in boxing.

He sat among the youngsters as they sang songs and he later showed off some fancy moves with a little sparring. Pakistan's worst natural disaster killed more than 73,000 and left over three million people homeless.

£33,000 Raised For The Pakistan Earthquake Appeal


The 18-year-old Bolton boxer ran the Wilmslow Half-Marathon alongside Nabeel Chowdery, 31, who runs the Property Route firm in Handforth and Manchester.

The pair presented a cheque for £23,550 to Oxfam and £9,733 to UNICEF, with the money going to those organisations’ respective Pakistan earthquake appeals.