Fort Wayne Boys and Girls Clubs

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.

Henderson Behavioral Health

Since 1971, Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County have operated 13 clubs reaching 8600 youth county-wide. With NMTC financing, a new club is being built in Belle Glade, one of the most impoverished communities in Florida. The new 13,860 sq-ft facility will reach an estimated 900 annually with after-school enrichment programs, career training, […]

Boys & Girls Club of Cabarrus County

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.

Boys & Girls Club of Bristol Family Center

The Bristol Boys and Girls Club Association and Family Center, Inc. (BBGC and 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 […]

Boys & Girls Club of Augusta

Boys and Girls Club – Augusta (“Boys and Girls Club”) is the renovation and expansion of the Boys and Girls Club Hagler Facility and the construction, equipment and furniture purchase, and operation of the new South Augusta Facility in Augusta, Georgia (collectively, the “Project”) and is part of a larger initiative called BGC Impact 2025. […]

Atlanta Police Foundation – At-Promise Youth Center

NMTC financed the construction of two new @Promise Youth Centers, state-of-the-art community facilities that emphasize creating positive relationships between police officers and the community. The facilities provide space for youth considered at-risk for committing crimes to participate in educational, recreational, emotional, and workforce development programming aimed at reducing recidivism. The two new @Promise Youth Centers […]