Become a Partner

Our partners are essential for our organization to fulfill our mission to “enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential productive, caring, responsible citizens.” We cultivate strong, long-term relationships with corporate, as well as individual, members of our community to develop a plan of partnership best suited for each company or individual.

Become a Champion. Sponsor a Child

Become a Club Champion when you make an unrestricted donation of $1,500 to support one child for one year. While we deliberately keep annual membership cost low, making it accessible to all youth, we subsidize the remaining portion of costs to run our array of life enhancing programs and operate our Clubhouses. To show our appreciation, your name or corporate logo will be displayed on our Club Champion recognition banners in our Ferndale or Bellingham gymnasiums.

“So many children enjoy the programs of our Whatcom County Clubs. We are proud to have supported the Smiles Program these past ten years and thank our customers and employees for their generous donations.”

–Jim Campbell,
Owner of Whatcom County McDonald’s

Provide Services

Help the Club by donating your services to support the Club. Your time and talents can make a lasting difference in the life of a child.
To donate services contact Anya: amilton@whatcomclubs.org

Sponsor an Event

Consider a sponsorship of our annual fundraising events and receive increased visibility and greater brand awareness for your company while providing valuable support to the kids “who need us most”. Contact Randi: raxelsson@whatcomclubs.org

Donate Supplies

You can organize a drive to support kids! Whether it’s school supplies, winter coats or summer apparel, you can make sure our kids have the resources to be successful. To start a drive contact Anya: amilton@whatcomclubs.org

“BP and its employees are proud to partner with and support the mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Whatcom County. Club kids are the next generation of community leaders and the engineers, maintenance technicians and refinery operators of tomorrow.”

–Bob Allendorfer, Refinery Manager, BP Cherry Point Refinery

Volunteer

Organize a group of volunteers for a volunteer project! Spending your time at Club will provide a great team-building experience for your employees, and provide valuable support to Club Programs. To discover what opportunities are available and to arrange a date contact Anya: amilton@whatcomclubs.org

 

For more information:
Sara Maloney, Chief Development Officer
(360) 738-3808 ext. 304
smaloney@whatcomclubs.org