Undefeated lightweight prospect, Tyler Tomlin (13-0, 9 KOs), has joined forces with The Quintenn Clark Foundation, an organization that helps those struggling with addiction.
The Quintenn Clark Foundation was established in memory of Quintenn Clark, who lost his battle with addiction on March 2, 2021. The foundation’s purpose is to provide resources for treatment of addiction, recovery, support for families affected by addiction, and education about drug abuse.
“I feel as a pillar of my community that it’s important to bring awareness to an epidemic that is ravaging out society,” said Tyler Tomlin, who is promoted by DiBella Entertainment. “I lost my cousin to a fentanyl overdose, and I’ll do whatever is necessary to help Anthony Clark, the founder of this foundation, who lost his son Quintenn to the same type of overdose.”
Cheatham County, TN, has been overwhelmed with drug overdoses and many lives have sadly been lost, and the area ranks number one in the nation for lives lost to overdoses per capita.
“It’s very disturbing to see so many lives altered because of this opioid pandemic,” said Darryl Tomlin, father and trainer of Tyler. “We support Anthony Clark, and his foundation is making a difference in our community. The goal is to bring awareness to the younger generation and Ty has been doing his part talking to schools here in Cheatham County.”