Approximately 220 golfers raised more than $150,000 at the 36th annual BGCL Golf Tournament on June 15 at Indian Ridge Country Club in Andover. The golf tournament is one of BGCL’s largest fundraisers, providing a significant portion of the annual operating budget for critical programs focusing on academic success, healthy lifestyles, and community involvement for more than 3,800 youth members at two locations. + Read More
Club kid Steven T. has been selected as a national winner in the 13th annual Digital Arts Festival for his entry in the graphic design category titled “Living Outside the Box." + Read More
While growing up, Bruce Hauben and Joyce Brinton both benefited from homes full of books complimented by frequent trips to the library with their parents. For the second year, they are instilling the same love of reading in a new generation of children as major sponsors of the comprehensive literacy enrichment programs offered at BGCL. + Read More
For the past 10 weeks, BGCL youth members have been researching local nonprofit organizations and evaluating their missions, financial needs, and respective impacts on the community. With funding from the Highland Street Foundation’s Youth Philanthropy Initiative, the eight-member group presented grants totaling $5,000 on June 16 to three organizations: $2,000 to Elevated Thought, $2,000 to the MSPCA at Nevins Farm, and $1,000 to the Merrimack Valley YMCA. + Read More
96% of our teen members graduate from high school and go on to college.
More than 6,000 community service hours were performed by Club youth in 2014.
100% of our kids learn respect, fair play, and personal responsibility.
Our successful programs attract more than 500 kids daily.
More families than ever rely on us for meals and a safe place for their kids.
State and local budget cuts hurt youth development funding.
Every child matters, and every child is our future.
Join in our mission to help some of the poorest children in the Commonwealth. We make a difference in the lives of these children by giving them hope, direction, programs, services, and love.
It costs $850 to provide one child with recreational and educational support for a year. Can you help?
For more information, call Director of Development Dennis McCarthy at 978.683.2747, ext. 118.