A huge thank you goes out this month to one of our most impactful Corporate Sponsors, Allstate! For the second year in a row, Allstate partnered with Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver for their annual Day of Service. To demonstrate their commitment to empowering youth to make a difference in their communities, Allstate agents volunteered their services on Saturday, April 7th at three Clubs in the Metro Denver area as well as at Clubs in nine other states in the region. Continue reading
Saturday, April 21 was Comcast Cares Day, a day when the company’s employees supported community projects and helped make a difference in 16 cities throughout Colorado.
In Denver, Comcast employees volunteered at three Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver. Volunteers helped clean up our Wilfley and Owen Clubs and get them ready for upcoming summer activities. Volunteers also helped out at our Denver Broncos Club, where the annual Race Against Violence was scheduled to take place. Due to the weather, the race had to be changed to an indoor fitness carnival, but the event was still successful thanks to the volunteers’ support.
The activities at our Clubs were just a small sample of the amazing work Comcast volunteers did throughout the day. Thank you to all the volunteers who supported Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver and helped out Denver kids and the community.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver is pleased to announce that RBC Wealth Management will serve as the presenting sponsor when the organization hosts its annual gala on May 19 at the Hyatt Regency Denver.
“We’re incredibly grateful for both the opportunity to help present this year’s Boys & Girls Club Gala and to continue what has been an incredible partnership with one of our community’s most valued organizations,” said RBC Wealth Management Senior Managing Director – Complex Director, Dan Ball. “The impact that Boys & Girls Clubs delivers back to our community is told across multiple generations and we’re excited to help support and grow the resources that are so vital to these young kids, their families and our community as a whole.” Continue reading
This month, we are thrilled to highlight OppenheimerFunds for being an outstanding corporate partner of our Clubs! OppenheimerFunds is one of the most well-known and established asset-management firms in the country. Their core values of integrity and excellence directly align with that of Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, and it shows in their commitment to supporting our life-changing programs. We are so thankful for this partnership! Continue reading
On Wednesday, April 18, the metro Denver area Buffalo Wild Wings® restaurants will show their support through Community Day, an annual celebration that raises funds for local kids and teens as part of the Buffalo Wild Wings Team Up for Kids® mission. Ten percent total restaurant sales and 100 percent of Guest donations on April 18 will be donated to our Club to support our youth programs! Continue reading
Competing against nine other Boys & Girls Club members from across Colorado, 17-year-old Malachi H. has been selected as the 2018 Boys & Girls Clubs Colorado State Youth of the Year, the most prestigious leadership title a Boys & Girls Club member can earn. A member at the Boettcher Boys & Girls Club in Aurora for 11 years, Malachi has demonstrated leadership and responsibility in all areas of life.
“Malachi’s strong character, leadership and determination to succeed were key factors in his selection as Youth of the Year,” said CEO Erin Porteous. “We are exceptionally proud to have him represent Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver and the state of Colorado.” Continue reading
Allstate expects to raise $200,000 for Clubs in nine states
Allstate agency owners and Allstate representatives, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver staff
For the second year, Allstate has partnered with Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver for their annual Day of Service. To demonstrate their commitment to empowering youth to make a difference in their communities, Allstate agents will be volunteering their services at three Clubs in the metro Denver area as well as at Clubs in nine other states in the region.
Volunteer projects range from landscaping, painting, gardening, organization and repair projects in addition to overall beautification and cleaning of the Clubs.
In addition to the volunteer service, the Allstate Foundation will donate $1,000 for every agent who volunteers. The total contribution is expected to exceed $200,000. Continue reading
After Hurricane Katrina destroyed her family’s home in 2005, Kirsten’s life was uprooted when her family moved to Colorado. The transition was difficult for Kirsten who had a hard time adjusting until her mother discovered the Denver Broncos Boys & Girls Club.
“I was very anti-social after moving to Colorado and my parents were worried about me,” said Kirsten. “They put me in different daycares and summer camps to see if I would open up to any of my peers but nothing really worked for me. My mom had come across the Club from a co-worker who told her that her kids went there. She came to the Club and signed me up right away.”
After a warm welcome from Club Director Rich Barrows, Kirsten realized the Club was different than the places she’d spent time before. Barrows assured her she would be making friends in no time. He was right.