Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich’s middle school leadership cdlub, Torch Club, presented a check for $3,000 to Abilis on Monday afternoon.
Torch Club members were able to raise the funds from their 2018 Dodge Ball Tournament. Representatives from both Abilis and Adopt-A-Dog will meet BGCG’s Torch Club members on Monday, April 2, 2018.
The team who won the tournament was able to select an agency to donate some of the proceeds. Members of the dodge ball team Catalano & Sons, will present a check for $1,000 to Adopt-A-Dog later this month.
Every year, Torch Club members choose an organization to fundraise for. In years past, they raised money for the Hanna Storm Foundation, Neighbor to Neighbor and K9s for Warriors. Camyrn Ferrara, BGCG’s athletic coordinator and Torch Club advisor, said,, “Torch Club members love this event because they like to work together and help the community.”
The Torch Club is a chartered leadership group for middle school-aged boys and girls. This national award-winning group elects officers and works together to plan and implement activities based on service to the Club and the Community.
A percentage of the money raised from the tournament will go to support the Torch Club’s leadership programs and activities that offer them a chance to travel to regional leadership conferences.
Torch Club and Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich thanks all the event’s sponsors: Personal Touch Carpet, Vermont Good Wood, Ivy Equties, Sam’s Bar & Grill Port Chester, Sal Sabia Eletric, Catalano and Sons, ATKO Brothers, Marullo Brothers, Greenwich Film Festival, Rosa Carpentry, Sam Bridge Nursery, Troy’s (Ben Ceci), Famous Greek Kitchen, Seabass Events & Entertainment, Garden Catering, Corbo’s, Glenville Deli, Fire House Deli, Piazza Pizza & Ice Cream, Pepisco, Shoreline Video, All Sports Apparel, Joey B’s and Peralta’s Elite Limousine.
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