Sacco Foundation awards ABGC $10,000

The John J. Sacco and Edith L. Sacco Charitable Foundation recently awarded $10,000 to the Arlington Boys & Girls Club. This one year grant was given to support Games Room upgrades and STEM programs at the Club. The funds will allow the Club refurbish the first floor Games Room and purchase furniture and supplies appropriate for our youth members. The STEM program will offer activities and programs designed to develop members’ skills in science, technology, engineering and math subjects. Fun & interactive learning activities designed to get kids excited about STEM will be offered for members of all ages throughout the year.

Cummings Foundation Awards ABGC $100K

Cummings Foundation has awarded $100,000 to the Arlington Boys & Girls Club through its "100K for 100" program. The funds, to be paid over four years, will be used to support Project Learn which provides homework support, technology training and a college readiness programs for the Club's youth members.

Executive Director Derek Curran commented that the funds will allow the Arlington Boys & Girls Club to continue to expand educational programming in the Learning Center. Opened in 2011, the Learning
Center offers members technology and educational programs designed to help young people succeed in school, stay healthy, learn important life skills, explore the arts, sports and vocational choices.

Cummings Properties Foundation (CPFI) was founded by Joyce and Bill Cummings of Winchester, Massachusetts in 1986 as a Massachusetts trust. It was originally organized expressly to "give back" to the communities in which Cummings Properties does business, and from which most of its employees came. It continues to provide ongoing support to hundreds of local causes.
Visit Cummings Foundation's website at:

Share by: