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BGCP Children Thank Donors For Their Contributions in 2023 with Valentines

The Boys and Girls Club of the Plateau is thanking the local organizations that have provided their support through grants in 2023.



The Boys and Girls Club of the Plateau is thanking the local organizations that have provided their support through grants in 2023. Leaders at BGCP say the contributions have played a role in empowering and enriching the lives of our club youth, fostering a strong sense of community, and enabling us to continue its mission of providing a safe, nurturing and educational environment for the children of our region. The youth of The Boys and Girls Club of the Plateau would like to extend a warm thank you to the following organizations for their generous grants: the Church of the Good Shepard, Cashiers Community Fund, Cedar Creek Club Charitable Fund, Human Services Grant, Highlands Community Fund, Foundation for the Carolinas, Sudden and Urgent Needs, Laurel Garden Club of Highlands, Summit Charter School, Jackson County Community Foundation, Literacy Council of Cashiers, Macon County Community Foundation, David Belk Cannon Foundation, First Presbyterian Church, The Linda Benge Award recognizing the Linda Benge/ Paul Robshaw contribution, the Blue Ridge Foundation, the George Forsyth

Foundation and Hayes Family Foundation. These organizations have collectively contributed over $3.4 million since our club’s inception in 2014.

To express their heart-felt gratitude, the club youth have created special Valentines, each highlighting the theme “Why I Love the Boys and Girls Club.”

These personalized messages will be mailed to each of the supporting organizations. The remarkable generosity of these have allowed the Club to offer a wide array of educational and developmental programs.

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