Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester's 2012 Boston Marathon Team banner

Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester's 2012 Boston Marathon Team

A team for Boys and Girls Clubs of Dorchester

  • $47,754
    Raised
  • 324
    Donors
  • 12
    Fundraisers

This campaign already ended. We hope you like the results!

$47,754 raised

of $70,000

($34,499 online, $13,255 offline)


Running on behalf of 4,000 Dorchester Youth!

Leaderboard

name dollars donors

1

Steve MacLellan

Steve MacLellan

$6,283 25

2

Scott Bischoff

Scott Bischoff

$6,000 1

3

Erin Casey

Erin Casey

$4,715 37

4

Mike Verzino

Mike Verzino's Boston Marathon Fundraising

$4,565 61

5

Glenn Yoder

Glenn Yoder's Boston Marathon Fundraising

$4,436 39

6

Jack Diamond

Jack Diamond's Boston Marathon Fundraising for Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester

$4,350 3

7

Alesha harris

Alesha Harris's Boston Marathon Fundraising

$4,337 85

8

Stephanie Loneck

Stephanie Loneck's Boston Marathon Fundraising

$4,001 29

9

Steve Heithoff

Boston Marathon 2012

$4,000 1

10

Stephen Bae

Steve Bae

$3,171 13

11

Ed Broms

Ed Broms BGCD 2012 Boston Marathon Fundraiser

$1,786 34

12

Ed Broms

Best of Boston Raffle to Benefit The Boys and Girls Clubs of Dorchester

$210 8

Most Recent Donations

Most Recent Comments

Thank you for your interest in supporting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester's 2012 Boston Marathon® Team!

Each runner is working hard, not only to train for the world-famous 26.2 mile Boston Marathon on April 16th, but also to raise vital funds for the three Dorchester Clubhouses that make up the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester. We appreciate any support you can provide for the dedicated runners!

Your Support Will Benefit:

  • 4,000 youth and more than 200 programs offered in athletics, education, social recreation, arts, music, aquatics, childcare and more for $5 per year per member.
  • Safe Summer Streets Program: Teens have access to our facilities from 9am-11pm Monday through Saturday during the summer months with a ride home at the end of the evening
  • Afterschool programming from 2pm-8pm
  • Hundreds of nutritious meals per day
  • An all-expense paid trip to Disney for 150 kids each year
  • Career services, job placement, college preparation, tutoring and educational resources
  • Activities for children of different abilities through project B.I.N.D. (Boston Inclusion Network for Disabilities)
  • An all-expense paid trip to Camp Northbound for 150 kids each year
  • Field trips to museums, parks, shows and more
  • New, affordable “Learn To” programs for children ages 3-5
  • Triple Play Program, a national program strategy from Boys & Girls Clubs of America that challenges kids to lead healthier lives by learning new ways to eat healthily, be physically active, manage stress, and make other healthy choices. The Club has customized this successful program on a local level by offering an array of wellness-focused activities that take into account the economic, social and environmental factors that place Dorchester youth at high
    risk for childhood obesity.
  • Many more endless opportunities!

Team Captain

Heather Brigham Heather Brigham