Donor Profiles

Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation

Running around, playing, recreational sports and activities — these all seem to come naturally to children. But did you know Georgia's rate of childhood obesity is...

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Craig Hoffman

A Boys & Girls Club alumnus and raised by a single parent from Mt. Vernon, N.Y., Craig is happy to give back to the organization that was so influential in his...

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Sascha Sims

A junior at Savannah College of Art and Design, Sascha Sims knows of Boys & Girls Club only by reputation but she believes in the Club’s mission and has a...

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Tom and Lou Glenn

In the late 1980s, Tom Glenn spent an afternoon visiting several Boys & Girls Clubs with BGCMA's president. Impressed with what he saw, he and his wife Lou...

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AMERIGROUP Community Care

Since 2004, AMERIGROUP Community Care has helped BGCMA provide a safe place for kids.

AMERIGROUP believes in supporting the community through Boys & Girls Clubs...

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Wells Fargo Financial

Though their headquarters is in DeMoines, Iowa, the Atlanta Regional Offices of Wells Fargo Financial have supported the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta for the...

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The Jim Mora Count On Me Family Foundation

When the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Atlanta was reaching out for a partner to help offset the costs for boys and girls in need in metro Atlanta to play in their...

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Donald & Nancy McMahon

Married for 55 years, the McMahons were dedicated and passionate supporters of Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta. Donald and Nancy had a passion for children. They...

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Comcast

Youth leadership, volunteerism, literacy and diversity – all focus areas for Comcast, a partner of BGCMA. For more the three years, Comcast has...

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Eileen Thanner

I grew up in a big family – six kids and parents that were born in Ireland. I always wanted to make my parents proud of me, which probably helped me make the right...

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Darryl Coleman

Q: When you were growing up, what did you want for the future?

A: I wanted to be successful and make my parents and grandparents...

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WSB-TV

Channel 2, WSB-TV believes that Great Futures Start at Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta (BGCMA). Their investment in young leaders of metro Atlanta is undeniable...

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Andrea Falls

Q: When you were growing up, what did you want for the future?

A: When you are young, each day holds special potential and...

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Kevin Sledge


Q: When you were growing up, what did you want for the future?

A: I wanted to be successful in business and have the...

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Tiffany Rivers

Volunteers dedicate their time and talent to our Clubs every...

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Doris Issacs

Q: When you were growing up, what did you want for the future?

A: Because there were limited careers and vocations available to...

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Kevin Tran

Q: Why do you think Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta (BGCMA) is important to the community?

A: I think that BGCMA is...

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Darin Mitchell


Q: When you were growing up, what did you want for the future?

A: Other than being a fire truck driver because I thought it...

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Richard Coggin

Q:When you were growing up, what did you want for the future?

A:I grew up on a farm and from the time I was old enough to chop...

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