Help Support The Boys & Girls Club of Washington County
Call to see how you can help! Your time and/or your donations mean a lot!
85% of the $225,000.00 budget required to keep the Boys & Girls Club open comes from *fund raisers, the hopeful acquisition of grants and the generosity of people who care about the future of our youth and our community. While we operate under the guidelines of the Boys & Girls Club of American, we receive absolutely no funding from them. Each Club is on their own to become part of their community and provide a safe and positive place for children to learn good and healthy habits. We currently have over 300 members. Stop in and see the Club to see what your money can do. Send your donations to BGCWC at 307 Lancaster Street, Suite 1, Marietta, Ohio 45750 or send them to the Cynthia Summers Fund for The Boys & Girls Club of Washington County c/o The Marietta Community Foundation at 100 Putnam Street, Marietta, Ohio 45750. As a 501 (C)3, all donations are tax deductible and you will receive a letter verifying your donation.
Stay tuned for more good news.
Thank You in Advance,
Sam Anderson, Exec. Director
February 21, 2015 at American Legion Post #64 will be the night of our Annual Dinner & Auction. We have great opportunities for you to bid on and a wide range of value!
You could be in New Oleans at the luxurious Quarterhouse Resort in March of 2016. Located on the French Quarter with all the amenities you could want including Marti Gras every Tuesday! Bid with a friend for a bigger bang for your buck because this Penthouse sleeps 8 people, has 3 bathrooms and a full kitchen. Check out the pictures.
If you are looking for a quality place to spend some of your quality time, stop by the Boys & Girls Club of Washington County and VOLUNTEER!
Want to keep those Math Skills sharp? VOLUNTEER!
Kids in school? Grandkids grown? VOLUNTEER!
Need an excuse to play games? Can you run the pool table? VOLUNTEER!
Whether you are 18 or 80 (or more), kids love adults spending time with them. Some can use that one on one to keep them on task at homework time; others really like to play (and learning the rules is part of the game).