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Community Relief Fund Issues Grants for BGCG, River House

The Greenwich United Way’s Greenwich COVID-19 Community Relief Fund issued its third round of grants totaling $51,500 for Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich (BGCG) and River House. BGCG will use the grant for virtual club online activities for students, food support and computers. The River House grant will go toward the adult day center’s distance care program for seniors. read more...

Students Invited to ‘Together We Shine’ Event

The Greenwich Junior United Way (GJrUW) – in partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich and the Greenwich YWCA – will host the second annual “Together We Shine” red carpet celebration for Abilis. The “Roaring Twenties” themed event will take place on Saturday, June 8, 5:30-7:30 p.m., at the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich, 4 Horseneck Ln. Registration is free and open to all local high school students and recent graduates, ages 14 to 20. read more...

Emergency Preparedness Lesson at BGCG

David Fraszka, the Greenwich Department of Health’s Public Health Emergency Preparedness Coordinator will give a lesson on preparing for an emergency to children of the Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich on Friday, May 3 at 4 p.m. The event is free and will discuss topics such as needed items on hand for an emergency, having a family plan, important phone numbers and emergency food and water. The presentation is age appropriate and is designed to promote active discussion. Emergency preparedness materials will be available to take home in English and Spanish. All children attending will receive a key chain flashlight. read more...