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Above are some companies that have helped support the Gloucester County Boys and Girls Club.


Event and/or program sponsorship is an excellent way to enhance your company’s visibility in the community. Contact us for Annual event sponsorship opportunities. You can also underwrite a youth program and have it named after your company. Including recognition in the newsletter, signage, website, annual report, president’s speeches, and more.

Matching Gifts

Boys & Girls Clubs accepts donations in a variety of ways—. Many local companies will match your gift, or your time. Please check with your Human Resources department to see if your company will match your financial gift, or if they provide funding for volunteer hours

Cash Donations/Grants

We are always seeking to broaden our support. Your donation shows your commitment to the needs of our community. Your financial support will help to keep our programs and services available to young people who walk through our doors each year.

Why Give?

Corporate donations are not just charitable donations anymore. They are strategic business investments. In addition, your corporate gift helps you gain valuable marketing exposure, contribute to your own bottom line, and create healthier communities where your business will thrive.

Corporate Giving Improves relations with government, the community.

  • Improves relations with government, the community, and key stakeholder groups
  • Supports your company’s strategic business goals
  • Increase employee and customer loyalty
  • Employees with philanthropic programs feel a stronger sense of loyalty with the work place.
  • Enhances brand recognition and create healthier communities where your business will thriveContact Us
    Robert Taylor, Executive Director

     Boys & Girls Clubs of Gloucester County 2 Center Street PO Box 742

     Glassboro, NJ 08028

     Contact No. (856) 881-6084

     Fax : (856) 881-8797

     Email :contact@gcbgc.org

Coca-Cola Goes All the Way with $50,000 Donation to Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Triple Play Program ( Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/coca-cola-goes-way-50-190500028.html )

he first of two Big Game advertisements from Coca-Cola in 2014 told the all-American tale of triumph over adversity – a young man’s inspirational story to achieve unlikely greatness. As a tribute to the ad, titled “Going All The Way,” Coca-Cola pledged to donate $50,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s (BGCA) Triple Play program once the ad was shared 10,000 times online. The ad has exceeded Coca-Cola’s goal with over 40,000 online shares.

The donation will be distributed to Boys & Girls Clubs across the U.S. where Triple Play program dollars are needed the most, including locations in Green Bay, WI; San Juan, PR; Philadelphia, PA; San Francisco, CA; Seattle, WA; Cleveland, OH; Boston, MA; Sacramento, CA; Washington, DC; and Denver, CO.

Over the next month, Coca-Cola and BGCA will come together in the ten recipient cities to host community-based field day events to commemorate the donations and cheer the occasion with delicious, ice-cold Coca-Cola.

LeBron: ‘The Decision’ Will Generate $2.5 Million For Boys & Girls Club  ( Source: http://www.cnbc.com/id/38154289#. )
LeBron’s decision has generated an incredible amount of interest, and we decided to make his announcement on national television,” Carter said, in a statement. “We are donating the proceeds from the program, totaling $2.5 million, to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America…LeBron has a longstanding commitment to giving back to the community and has worked with the Boys & Girls Clubs in cities across the country.”

“At Boys & Girls Clubs, our slogan is “Great Futures Start Here,” because of the life-changing, character-building guidance and mentorship that clubs provide to young people. As LeBron James announces the game plan for his “Great Future,” we are delighted to partner with him, and on behalf of all our children and teens in Clubs nationwide, we wish him the very best in the years ahead.”

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