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OUR MISSION: to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

Partner Opportunities


O U R I N I T I AT I V E S CHARACTER & LEADERSHIP

Leadership Clubs

Recognition

Community Service

• Torch Club: Small-group leadership programs for members 11-13

• Youth of the Month: Program recognizing members in the Club who show outstanding leadership and character in various program areas

• Service Squad: Community-service focused program that encourages youth to give back

Summer Learning Loss Prevention

S.T.E.M.

• Keystone Club: Focus on leadership & civic engagement for members 14-18

Academic Support • Power Hour: Homework assistance

EDUCATION & CAREER

HEALTHY LIFESTYLES

PERFORMING & VISUAL ARTS

TEENS

• Literacy programs: Reading groups and literacy assistance

• Brain Gain: Interactive, educational program dedicated to eliminating learning loss during summer break

• CS-First: Computer science program focused on coding • App-a-thon: One-day event where youth create new apps with volunteers from the tech industry

• Horizon Broadening: Field trips, special guests, and college tours

• Camp experiences

Hunger Initiatives

Whole Health

Fitness & Recreation

• Kids Café: Free meals to youth, with assistance from the State of Oregon Department of Education

• Prevention groups

• Leadership Leagues: Basketball, soccer, and flag football sports leagues

• Healthy Habits: Encourages good nutrition and regular physical activity

• Kid Wind: Hands-on engineering program

• Social services • Family support • Health fairs: Providing access to health screenings

Visual Arts

Performing Arts

• Student Art: Youth explore their world & creativity through hands-on courses like printmaking, sculpture, drawing, collage, and gallery exhibits

• Long Story Short Play Fest: Volunteer-led play writing and performance program • Music enrichment programs

•Triple Play: Promotes increased physical activity and the power of play for mind, body, and soul

BGCA National Fine Arts • Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s national program encouraging expression among Club members, culminating in local and regional exhibits

Career Development

Engagement

Youth of the Year

• YouthForce: Career development program provides job readiness training and employment

• Social hours: Teen-focused after-hours programs that provide an engaging place to hang out on weekends and evenings

• Youth of the Year: Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s premier teen recognition program that opens the doors to college scholarships

•Civic Engagment: Connecting teens to the community through service and government engagement

• Club Core: Program focused on expanding our reach from school to career


PARTN ERS H I P LE VEL S Join Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland and help provide outcome driven Club experiences for young people who need it the most in the Portland metropolitan area. As a partner, you will be investing in our key initiatives: Education & Career, Character & Leadership, Healthy Lifestyles, The Arts, and Teens. PRINT • Signage at all Clubs • Full page ad in our Resource Guide • ½ page ad in Be Great Ball program ADVERTISING • Participation in a PSA announcement (air time).

EVENTS • 1 table at the Be Great Ball (February 2017). PROMOTIONAL • Opportunity to distribute your organization’s information to our families (offers, coupons, services)

VISIONARY - $50,000 PRINT • 1/2 page ad in our Resource Guide • 1/4 page ad in Be Great Ball program EVENTS • 1 table at the Be Great Ball (February 2017).

PROMOTIONAL • Opportunity to distribute your organization’s information to our families (offers, coupons, services)

CHAMPION - $25,000 PROMOTIONAL • Opportunity to distribute your organization’s information to our families (offers, coupons, services)

DIGITAL • Recognition in quarterly e-newsletter • Home page recognition on website • Social media recognition • Blog story about your organization posted on both our website and social media channels.

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DIGITAL • Recognition in quarterly e-newsletter • Home page recognition on website • Social media recognition • Blog story about your organization posted on both our website and social media channels.

DIGITAL • Recognition in quarterly e-newsletter • Home page recognition on website • Social media recognition

VOLUNTEERING • Volunteer opportunities for organization staff and participation in one of the programs of the organization’s choice.

INNOVATOR - $5,000 DIGITAL • Recognition in quarterly e-newsletter • Listing on website

VOLUNTEERING • Volunteer opportunities for organization staff and participation in one of the programs of the organization’s choice.

INSPIRATION - $1,000

JOB FAIR • Opportunity to table at BGCP Job Fair

SUMM

VOLUNTEERING • Volunteer opportunities for organization staff and participation in one of the programs of the organization’s choice.

VOLUNTEERING • Volunteer opportunities for organization staff and participation in one of the programs of the organizations choice.

TRANSFORMER - $10,000 DIGITAL • Recognition in quarterly e-newsletter • Listing on website • Social media recognition

VOLUNTEERING • Volunteer opportunities for organization staff and participation in one of the programs of the organization’s choice.

register & view camps online: www.bgcportland.org / bgcportland


OUR PRIORITIES

AFTER-SCHOOL & SUMMER PROGRAMS

$25

ALL YOUTH AGES 6-18

PER YEAR

CLUB LOCATIONS Blazers Club

Meyer Club

Parkrose School District

Inukai Family Club

Regence Club

Reynolds School District

5250 NE MLK Jr. Blvd. Portland, OR 503.282.8480

560 SE 3rd Ave. Hillsboro, OR 503.640.4558

Jack Will and Rob Club 2033 NE Ione St. Camas, WA 360.817.9966

7119 SE Milwaukie Ave. Portland, OR 97202503.238.6868

4430 N. Trenton Portland, OR 503.853.8678

Shaver Elementary Russell Academy Sacramento Elementary

Margaret Scott Elementary

Wattles Club

9330 SE Harold St. Portland, OR 503.775.1549

@BGCPORTLAND For more information, contact Colleen Showalter at cshowalter@bgcportland.org or 971-803-7764 WWW.BGCPORTLAND.ORG Admin. Office & Mailing Address: 8203 SE 7th Ave, Suite 100, Portland, OR 97202 | 503.232.0077

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