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THE OPPORTUNITY BRIDGE
Investing in the Future of Our Youth
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Raise $9 million to improve three
facilities, sustain our programming and serve more
kids. Build our endowment and operating reserves
to ensure that all children and teens,especially those who need us most,
can rely on a safe, welcoming environment to
experience arts, sports, educational enrichment
and, most importantly, the mentoring and support
they need to succeed throughout their lives.
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Capital Improvements – $2,500,000
Make significant facility upgrades in Our San Pedro, Wilmington and Port of Los Angeles Clubhouses, including upgrading and securing information technology infrastructure at the Clubhouses and ten school sites.
Program Sustainability and Expansion – $3,500,000
Hire and train more than 100 full and part-time staff to sustain and expand programs through FY 2021-22.
Cover the $2 million operating budget increase (over 5 years) that will result from the minimum wage increase.
Meet the great demand to serve youth in our target areas of San Pedro/Wilmington and neighboring communities with $1.5 million to fund strategic growth in local areas.
Endowment & Reserve Fund Development $2,500,000
Increase the Endowment to provide $100,000 more annually for programs & operations.
Create a maintenance reserve for ongoing maintenance.
Campaign Costs $500,000 (over the three year period)
Cover fundraising and overhead expenses.
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College & Career Bound
80 Years of Service
Boys & Girls Club
Councilman Joe Buscaino
Dana Middle School
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Department of Recreation and Parks
Dr. Todd Franke
Fleming Middle School
Gardena High School
Great American Smokeout
Harbor Commissioner Anthony Pirozzi
Harry Bridges Span School
Los Angeles Harbor
Los Angeles Mayor
Matching Grant Opportunity
Mayor Eric Garcetti
Meet The Challenge
Narbonne High School
National Charity League Palos Verdes
National Women's History Month
Palos Verdes Chamber
Palos Verdes Rotary
Plaza Automotive Center
Port of Los Angeles
Port of Los Angeles High School
Read Across America
San Pedro Art Association
San Pedro High School
San Pedro Rotary
Warner Grand Theater
Wilmington Middle School
Youth of the Year
December 11, 2017
Boys & Girls Clubs Host Fall 2017 Showcase with Artwork and Performances by Members of Its Arts Academy
Boys & Girls Clubs Host Fall 2017 Showcase with Artwork and Performances by Members of Its Arts Academy Boys & Girls Clubs of the Los Angeles
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