Information about Power League Wrestling

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Power League Wrestling
Wrestling to help charities in Southern New England

A brief description of PLW:

When it started in 1991, Power League Wrestling was a group of 14 – 25 year-olds who performed for its public access television show. Today, PLW is a not-for-profit independent wrestling organization that uses family friendly pro-wrestling to raise funds for charities in southern New England. Since 1994, we’ve helped over 50 different charities. The wrestling shows are geared to fans of all ages. Wrestling styles from the mid-to-late 1980’s (“showbiz” and “tough-talk” without the cursing and extreme violence). Our shows are designed to impress the everyday follower of pro wrestling, and to entertain the occasional viewer. The people who make up Power League Wrestling take pride in what they do. The wrestlers and the organization do not perform for money; they perform to help the charities.  All of the money collected from ticket sales goes to the charity. The wrestlers and the organization donate their time to help in a unique way.

A brief list of some of the charities we have helped:
– Rhode Island Community Food Bank
– The Doc Fund
– Station Fire Memorial Foundation
– Rhode Island Remembers Sept. 11th Fund
– Pawtucket Fire Relief Fund
– Cumberlandfest & Cumberland’s youth sports
– East Providence Heritage Festival
– Fairlawn Cardinals Youth Football & Cheerleading
– Fairlawn Little League – Pawtucket, R.I.
– Muscular Dystrophy Association
– West Warwick Police Explorers program
– Kyle Knowles Memorial Scholarship Fund
– Saint Pius Church – Providence, RI
– “Lift for Nicky” (for a child in need of a wheel-chair lift)
– Pawtucket (RI) Fireworks Committee
– Thomas Chew Memorial Boys & Girls Club
– Woonsocket (RI) DARE Program
– Friends of the Plainville (Ma.) Fire Department
– Duxbury (Ma.) Skate Park
– The imPossible Dream Foundation – Warwick, R.I.
– Kent County ARC – J. Arthur Memorial Center
– Jalen Noon-Coulbourn Fire Relief fund

Letters of Recommendation   [.pdf files
Frank Geary
– Cumberlandfest Co-Chairman
Richard Ramsay
– West Warwick Police Captain

Letters of Thanks   [.pdf files
Rhode Island Foundation & 94HJY’s Doc Fund
– both regarding our Power-Fest 2003 event
Former RI Gov. Lincoln Almond
– regarding the RI Remembers Sept. 11th Fund
Former Pawtucket Mayor James Doyle
– regarding the Pawtucket Fire Relief Fund

In addition to our wrestling events we’ve also helped in other ways outside of the ring, for example…
Mr. Wrestling 4 (above), Derik Destiny and Derek Molhan visited Cumberland Hill School as part of “Reading Week” in April 2007.
PLW’s team for the 2007 West Warwick Police Dept.’s charity dodgeball tournament.


If you are part of an organization that could benefit from PLW fundraising exhibition,
and are interested in holding an event, contact us…

– E-mail

– Mailing address – P.O. Box 1424, Pawtucket, R.I. 02862

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