THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR SUPPORT

Since 1946, Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County have been supported by the caring individuals like you! Your investment in our youth allows the Club to charge a minimal membership fee for those who need us most.

RECURRING DONATION
ONE TIME DONATION
PLANNED GIVING

Your contribution of a monthly, recurring gift helps make sure that the Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County can continue to provide quality programs to our members. Every dollar counts and we appreciate the support!

Do you have someone that you would like to honor by making a donation for their birthday or a holiday? We will inform them of your generous donation on their behalf. Thank you for investing in our kids and Clubs!

The goal of planned giving is to help you plan your estate and charitable giving in a way that benefits you, your family and charity. There are several ways you make these planned gifts to Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County and enjoy tax and income benefits.

EVENT SPONSORSHIP

There are many opportunities to show your support for the Boys & Girls Clubs throughout the year. 100% of your sponsorship goes to support our youth.

ANNUAL CAMPAIGN

Our Annual Campaign supports programs for over 600 youth in Wayne County. You can designate which campaign you would like to support in your community.

VOLUNTEER

You may choose to volunteer your time to helping the youth in our Clubs. If you would like to volunteer, please contact (919) 735-2358.

PLANNED GIVING

Seven Ways to Make a Planned Gift to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County:

1.    A gift in your living will or trust.
2.    A gift of a new or existing life insurance policy.
3.    A beneficiary designation on your life insurance policy.
4.    A gift of financial accounts.
5.    A gift of retirement benefits.
6.    A life income gift to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County.
7.    A charitable lead trust.

For additional information and detailed descriptions of the above items, please CLICK HERE, or contact Meghan Pakalnis - meghan.pakalnis@bgcwayne.org