Strengthening a Community: Designing The Boys & Girls Club of West Chester/Liberty
In early 2012, members of the Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty recognized the need for a Boys & Girls Club to enable its school-aged children, approximately 20% of whom qualify for free or reduced lunch programs, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens. Today, through the work of the Boys & Girls Club of West Chester/Liberty (BGCWCL), all children have the opportunity to learn and grow outside of a traditional classroom setting. Our latest case study reflects on how the work of what started as a small crew of passionate volunteers has grown into a premier organization and world-class facility within and for the children of the Lakota School District. Click here for instant access.
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