2022 Dale Larson Family Day of Kindness & Sharing

Today, our Clubs participated in the annual Dale Larson Family Day of Kindness & Sharing. This day is a continuation of the generosity shared by the Larson Family by continuing to support BGCTC and helping to make our work possible. Inspired by the positive impact we can have in our community through service, Club youth at each of our 10 Club locations participated in a community service project today.

“The Larson Family’s incredible generosity has allowed us to continue to deliver impactful programming through the most trying of times. Youth knew that the Boys & Girls Clubs were there for them when there weren’t a lot of other places to turn. They knew that the resources that mean so much to them were available because of the generosity of our community and they wanted to give back in their own way with The Dale Larson Family Day of Kindness & Sharing” said Terryl Brumm, President/CEO of BGCTC.

Acts of Kindness at Every Club

Each Club gave back to their community in a different way today! 

West Side Club youth and staff worked with Best Buy volunteers to make care and hygiene packages for a local women’s shelter.

Mt. Airy Club members and staff worked hard to clean up the local park for everyone in the community to enjoy.

Little Earth Club members and staff cleaned up the areas they frequent a lot in their community like the playground, the park, and some common gathering spots. 

Jerry Gamble Club members made treat bags and wrote notes of positive affirmations to give out to The Bridge, a local youth shelter.

Southside Village Club worked with Voyageur staff to hand out food to neighbors in need at Calvary Lutheran Church.

East Side Club members cleaned up their Community Memorial Garden. Learn more about the garden here.

Olson Club youth made Hygiene kits for their bathrooms and to deliver to a local teen shelter.

  • Richfield Beacon Club members cleaned up the two playgrounds near their Club and made “thank you” cards for the support staff at their schools.
  • Patrick Henry Beacon Club Youth made care packages for community members in need.

You can also make a big impact on Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities and our community! To learn more about how, click here.

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