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Posted on: January 1, 1970

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Join Us!

We invite you, your friends, and neighbors to give generously to organizations who are making a difference in our communities to join us on May 3 and 4, for GiveBIG. GiveBIG is an opportunity to be part of a statewide movement of generosity, where we come together as a region to invest in our community.

Give Today!

This year’s two-day event is especially crucial as we work to help support the behavioral health of our community as we collectively work to adjust to the ‘new’ normal as Covid restrictions lift. Your donations give us the ability to continue to offer quality programs to all kids and teens in our community while supporting healthy lifestyles.

Please help us and other Seattle area nonprofits continue to make a difference now, and well into the future, by donating through GiveBIG.

All donations will be doubled, up to $50,000, stretching your gift even further for Club kids. A BIG thanks to our generous donors who are matching gifts!

Donate Now Through May 4

 

I GiveBIG to the Rainier Vista Boys & Girls Club where I have served on the board for many years. There are so many reasons I do this. Our Club offers kids and teens who need it most a safe place where they can play sports, get a warm meal, have help with their homework, get mentorship, and so much more.

Barbara Ross

As a transplant who now calls the Puget Sound my home, I see Boys & Girls Clubs as a critical backbone / “conduit” which acts to support and bridge the next generation of our rapidly diversifying communities. By GIVING BIG, I can provide safe and positive places where the next generation of our community feels welcome, comes to learn, play and most importantly grow together.
Amish Patel

 

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