Mary has already begun ground work to construct a small indoor hall and a boxing ring at the allotted land to ensure her students undergo training smoothly during monsoon. Mary Kom’s foundation is a trust and non-profit sports academy, especially meant for the underprivileged youths. She said that “The foundation is not for me. It is for the state and the entire nation. The foundation will help boxers from poor families showcase their hidden talents to the world and win laurels for the country. This has been my dream since I began by boxing career and also hailed from a poor family”. Expressing her desire to appoint coaches who possess degrees and have excelled in national and international championships she said that “Since the ministry has extended its help to our foundation, we have begun discussion on appointment of the best coaches and other staff. We are also confident that the ministry will continue to help us to ensure that the foundation produces good boxers”. In 2006, Mary Kom established a Regional Boxing Foundation in her village in Imphal. Now she spends nearly Rs. 60,000/- per month for the foundation, from where 30 poor students are belonging to different communities from various parts of the state, are getting their training. She also hoped that the foundation will receive aid from others too.