Congratulations To Our Non-Profit Of The Week
Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford and Cecil Counties
This week we are proud to feature Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford and Cecil Counties as our Non-Profit of the Week.
From the website of Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford and Cecil Counties:
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County began in 1990 in Aberdeen, Maryland, where a group of concerned community leaders, teachers, the mayor and city commissioner banded together with a common goal – to provide a safe and educational alternative for after school programming. That same year, the first group of 40 kids met in the basement of Grove Presbyterian Church. Over the past 25 years, services have expanded to four Clubs in Harford County: Aberdeen, Bel Air, Edgewood and Havre de Grace.
Chartered in 1999, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Cecil County was formed to tackle the challenge of bringing quality programs to youth in a rural community. With assistance from the AmeriCorps NCCC, locations opened at Rising Sun Middle School, Perryville Middle School and Freeman Hall in Port Deposit. Over the years, the Cecil County Clubs experienced multiple location changes, but their passion for serving more kids, more often never wavered. Today, there are Cecil County Clubs operating in North East United Methodist Church, The Willows, Charlestown Elementary School, and Allred Community Center.
Read more at Overview – The Boys and Girls Clubs of Harford and Cecil Counties (bgcharfordcecil.org)
Donation Form (donorperfect.net)
Home – The Boys and Girls Clubs of Harford and Cecil Counties (bgcharfordcecil.org)
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