“Our old facility was 12,000 square feet. We had a daily attendance of 148 kids, including 20 staff, so it was a tight fit. And because BGCDL kept getting bigger, the old facility was no longer conducive to what we are trying to accomplish,” Patrick explained. They needed a much larger facility.
In 2013, Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco received NMTC financing to support construction of a new 30,000 square-foot Clubhouse in the Western Addition. The goal was to serve a total of 2,000 children and teens annually, ages 6-18, with an average daily attendance of 190 – spread proportionally across elementary, middle, and high […]
The Boys and Girls Club is expanding services through the construction of an additional 29,112 square feet of space at their current location, according to a news release. After the expansion, the club expects to open seven classrooms, a STEM teaching lab and dedicated space for teens.
The Bristol Boys & Girls Club Association and Family Center, Inc. (BBGC&FC), which operate as one entity, represent the largest youth service agency in Bristol and one of the largest city-based youth service agencies in Connecticut. Founded in 1907, it has been at the forefront of youth development in Bristol, but recently its growth has […]
A total sports facility, which includes baseball fields and a concession/scoring building. This 19,000-sq. ft. multi-purpose facility provides game rooms, a computer lab and an arts and craft center, as well as a gymnasium with regulation basketball and volleyball courts.
The YMCA of South Florida has served Broward, Miami-Dade, and Monroe Counties since 1915. With NMTC financing, an aging building will be replaced to meet the community’s growing needs. The new LA Lee YMCA / Mizell Community Center will serve 800-1200 residents daily from predominantly low-income households. On-site services include GED and job training programs, […]
A new, $48 million, 50,000-square-foot youth recreation and academic support center in Central Harlem, Manhattan, one of the most underserved urban neighborhoods in the country. The project will include a 9,700-square-foot gym, commercial kitchen, cafeteria, performing arts studio, and rooftop play area with an enclosed soccer field. The community center fulfills a key Manhattan Community […]
Fort Wayne Boys & Girls Clubs, $8 million. The Fort Wayne Boys & Girls Clubs is a local non-profit that provides after-school and summer programs to low-income, school-aged children. A new 2.3 acre campus and building are currently under construction.
Boys Hope Girls Hope provides stability, support, and scholarship to bright and motivated children from challenging circumstances. This project will construct the Rajan Academy Center, which will bring the Academy Program under one roof and allow more than 200 Scholars to participate in an empowering home-like atmosphere fostering a sense of pride from middle school […]