Light the Way Home
$670 raised
7% of $10k goal
9 contributors
3 Years running

We are the Boys & Girls Club in Jefferson City, Missouri.  In December 2014, our beloved facility was demolished as part of a highway construction project.  For the safety of the kids we serve, our facility couldn't stay.  The Jefferson City community is rallying behind the Boys & Girls Club and helping us rebuild our facility!  Our goal is to raise $2,200,000 and to date, we have raised over $2,050,000!!  We're almost there and we need your help to get us home!  We will break ground in October 2015 and hope to have our new building complete in August 2016.  

The most exciting part of our new project is the location of the new building.  Lincoln University has donated land to the Club.  We are bulding on a college campus!  Imagaine  all of the mentorship and educational opportunities!  Being on a college campus will expose children to the possibility of higher education in their own lives.  Kids will walk on campus as a child of the Boys & Girls Club and walk off of campus as a graduate of Lincoln University.  We are changing the lives of kids in our community, especially those who need us most.  We are almost to our goal.  PLEASE HELP US IN THE FINAL STRETCH as we Light the Way Home for children in our community!

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