Boys and Girls Clubs of Charlotte County Grant



Organization - Boys and Girls Clubs of Charlotte County
Grant Amount - $10,000
Foundation - Gulf Coast Community Foundation of Venice
Grant Purpose - to help initiate programming at the Myakka River Boys and Girls Club, which serves the Englewood community. Funds for this grant come from the Agnes Gnewikow Charitable Fund, the Mildred F. Currie Charitable Fund, and the Venice Endowment Fund.


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