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Changing the way America cares for children, families and communities by providing and promoting an Integrated Continuum of Care® that instills Boys Town values to strengthen body, mind and spirit.

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VER THE PAST 100 YEARS, BOYS TOWN has given tens of thousands of at-risk children the love, education and opportunities they need to succeed, thanks to your support.

GIVING OPPORTUNITIES:

Every day, abused and neglected children and broken and struggling families seek help from Boys Town. The care we provide is uniquely effective because it is driven by our unwavering belief that every child and every family has the potential to succeed, regardless of their circumstances. When Boys Town saves a child, the positive effects ripple through our community, creating greater progress for society as a whole.

• A $115 donation can help pay for an annual school physical to ensure that a child stays

Boys Town kids are everywhere. They are teachers, parents, engineers and artists. Given a second chance, help and healing, they have triumphed. Now we need your help to spread the word about the amazing work Boys Town does every day—and has been doing for 100 years. When you donate to Boys Town, you’re giving a child a chance at life to be stronger together. YOU are changing lives. Thank you.

BOYS TOWN 14100 Crawford St. • Boys Town, NE 68010 Phone: (402) 498-1490 www.BoysTown.org/donate National Executive Director: Father Steven Boes National Board Chair: Kevin Mohan To volunteer, contact: Tom Lynch • (402) 498-1186 2018

• $1,000 makes you an Honor Roll member of the Boys Town family. • A $600 donation can purchase Christmas gifts for eight Boys Town children. healthy and lives in a healthy home while in our care.

• A $75 donation can help purchase an outfit for a child – from shoes to a warm winter sweater – and provide the self-confidence he or she needs to follow the path to success.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: • Complete office projects • Welcome visitors to Boys Town and other activities. • Mentor one student, using teacher-selected materials, in reading or math, one hour a week.

WISH LIST: • Carpenter tools and mechanical tools for our Career Readiness Center • New twin-size sheet sets for residential homes • New age-appropriate reading books • New bicycles for children

THE GIVING GUIDE

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TheGivingGuide2018  

The Giving Guide & Event Book is published annually by ALH Publications, Inc. - publishers of metroMAGAZINE's mQUARTERLY. metroMAGAZINE/mQU...

TheGivingGuide2018  

The Giving Guide & Event Book is published annually by ALH Publications, Inc. - publishers of metroMAGAZINE's mQUARTERLY. metroMAGAZINE/mQU...