United Way awards grant to Stateline Boys & Girls Clubs

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Photo provided Stateline Boys & Girls Clubs received a $280,000 Community Impact Grant from United Way Blackhawk Region (UWBR) to support their mission and commitment to youth development and guidance. The funding is the first time UWBR lengthened its grant allocation cycle to 24-months. "We are proud to be a UWBR partner and truly humbled for their continued support and investment in our organization and the youth of our communities," said Mark Rand, chief executive officer (pictured, center). "Since 1955, Stateline Boys and Girls Clubs have been inspiring and enabling young people to become productive, caring citizens and to assure that every young person has the opportunity to realize a great future." Currently, the Stateline Boys and Girls Clubs provides youth development programming to over 2,900 Stateline Area youth.

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