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Host KyAnn Anderson of Greater Somerville speaks with Executive Director Lindsay Smythe about the Community Awareness Challenge fundraising campaign for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Middlesex County. They discuss why we are so vital to our community, where the donation dollars will go, and why the community should get involved.
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Boys & Girls Clubs of Middlesex County  Community Match Challenge!

Once again, our friends and supporters at the Amelia Peabody Foundation have generously offered a 1:1 matching opportunity up to $50,000 for new and increased donations to our Clubs between July and December of 2014. We need your support today to meet this Community Match Challenge and secure $100,000 in new money for our Clubs and our kids!

Many of you have supported us and helped us meet our previous match campaigns, and we thank you! 

This year is a little different.
We can only count new and increased donations of $500 or more for individuals and $2,500 or more for businesses towards this match. We know this is a significant step up for many of you, but we trust that our communities of Cambridge, Medford, Everett and Somerville can and will come forward to help us meet this challenge! 

If giving at this level is a possibility for you, your family or your business, I ask you on behalf of all of our young people to make that donation today and take advantage of the opportunity to double your dollars! You may designate your gift to your hometown Club or Club of choice, if you like by writing Cambridge, Somerville, Medford or Everett in the Memo Line.

Donations can be made via the Pay Pal button below or via check:

Boys & Girls Clubs of Middlesex County
P.O. Box 269
Somerville, MA 02143

Thank you from all of us and please contact us if you have any questions about the Community Match Challenge at   or (617) 764-5958.


Lindsay Smythe
Executive Director