How The Peter Westbrook Foundation is Transforming the Lives of Children One Fencing Match at a Time


The Peter Westbrook Foundation, led by U.S. fencing champion and Olympic medalist Peter Westbrook, has been working hard since 1991 to empower New York City’s next generation through academic and athletic enrichment.

The organization’s main focus has been its fencing programs. At The Peter Westbrook Foundation, students have the incredible opportunity to learn the sport alongside Olympic athletes. Through its unique initiative, the foundation hopes to build a sense of community in underserved areas as well as produce the well-rounded athletes of tomorrow.

Check out The New York Times video below to see how Peter Westbrook’s fencing programs are helping young people tap into their athletic, academic, and personal potential:

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