The Boys & Girls Club of Boone County and zWORKS invite community members and supporters of both organizations to join them for an evening of at the Hickory Hall Polo Club.
Food Donation Program
With the announcement on Thursday of students not returning to in school learning for the remainder of the school year, we have committed to continuing the Emergency Food Program until at least May 29.
We are committed to serving the meals until May 29 from the Lebanon Unit, 403 W. Main St. Meals will be available Monday through Friday, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Since March 16, we have served 5,100 meals. The support from the community for food donations, monetary donations and volunteers has been generous and is so appreciated. We could not do this program without everyone’s support. You are all truly demonstrating we are in this together. We will continue to write grants and solicit donations to keep the program funded for the next six weeks.
The Boys & Girls Club of Boone County provides a safe place to play, laugh, discover and learn for youth ages 5-18. Caring, trained staff and volunteers work with our members in supervised, safe and structured environments to build new skills and help them succeed. Our goals is to achieve positive outcomes in our three areas of emphasis: Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles and Civic Engagement. Our members have an opportunity to participate in all kinds of programs ranging from Smart Girls to Torch Club to intramural sports and everything in between!
Four key characteristics define the essence of the Boys & Girls Club of Boone County.
The Boys & Girls Club of Boone County and zWORKS invite community members and supporters of both organizations to join them for an evening of at the Hickory Hall Polo Club, 7551 East 100 North, Whitestown, on July 24. Event proceeds benefit the two non-profit organizations that serve Boone County youth, families and business owners. This is the second year the organizations have partnered.
“Last year was very successful with a record turn out. Given current social distancing guidance and health requirements, we’re planning early to ensure our guests are safe yet still have a great evening at the polo field. We recommend pre-purchasing either reserved tailgate spots or a general admission ticket.”
– zWORKS Executive Director Vickie Hall
The event includes a polo match, wine pull sponsored by Cork and Barrel Wine Bar and candy drop for children. The organizations will split proceeds 50/50 to benefit the youth, families and businesses served in Boone County.
Reserved tailgate spots with seating for six and a table available for $250. Tailgate spots can be combined to ensure guests have spaces next to each other to maintain social distancing requirements. General admission tickets $20 per carload, first come first served.
49% of the funding for BGCBoone is from individual donations, special events and grants. United Way and Corporate Giving make up an additional 2% and 5% of our annual budget $1.56 million.
If you would to become a sponsor, please contact Katie Obremskey Reasoner.
Flag football is now handled through the Zionsville Youth Football League (ZYFL).
Our Sports Sponsors are key partners in the success of our programs and kids. If you are interested in a sponsoring a team, please review our sponsorship guide.
If you have any questions, would like to volunteer or sponsor a team, please contact Ken Kibbe, Athletic Director.