100 + Members of the Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club will Walk for Change while we Celebrate 100 Years of Service on Friday, July 21st 11:00am – 1:00pm Bringing awareness to gun & gang violence in Savannah, while showing that we have the solution right here at the Boys & Girls Club and that our safe place can change things.
FREE & Open to the Public – Join us!!! Refreshments will be available.. Special speakers & testimonials. The event will take place at Frank Callen Boys & Girls Clubs, 510 E. Charlton Street & Walking to Mother Matilda Beasley Park Pavilion. Then walking back to the Club
Since 1917 the Frank Callen Boys & Girls Clubs have been serving Savannah’s youth and providing a safe place for them to learn and grow. Through life enhancing and character developing experiences, the Club enables all members to realize their full potential as caring, responsible and productive members of the community. Utilizing the Youth Development Strategy, programs empower youth to have a sense of belonging, sense of influence, sense of competence, and sense of usefulness. The Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club serves a diverse group of kids age 5 to 18. Over 1,000 members come from a variety of backgrounds, with a special effort to reach out to those from disadvantaged circumstances. With your help, we can reach those children that need us most, those who are at the highest risk. With your help, we can hold those children in ourarms and give them a safe place to learn and grow. Together we can transform the future for our children. Together we can promise them that Great Futures Start Here. Learn more at http:// www.bgcsavannah.org and www.facebook/fcbgc.