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$10,000 Grant to MetroWest Boys & Girls Club from MutualOne Foundation

The Pearl Street Clubhouse provides social, educational, physical and cultural programs daily for up to 250 local boys and girls ages 6 to 17, with a specific emphasis on economically disadvantaged youth.

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Patch file photo
Robert P. Lamprey, chairman of the MutualOne Charitable Foundation, announced in a press release for the 11th consecutive year, the Foundation has awarded $10,000 to support out-of-school programs provided by the Boys & Girls Club of MetroWest at its Pearl Street Clubhouse in Framingham.

The Pearl Street Clubhouse provides social, educational, physical and cultural programs daily for up to 250 local boys and girls ages 6 to 17, with a specific emphasis on economically disadvantaged youth.

“The Pearl Street Clubhouse is an excellent training ground for preparing the youth of our community for their future,” said Lamprey. “It is an investment we are happy to make.”

“We really appreciate the wonderful continued support by MutualOne. It is because of great partners like MutualOne we now serve over 250 kids a day at our Framingham Clubhouse,” said Fran Hurley, president of the Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest.

The grant to the Boys & Girls Club of MetroWest was among awards totaling $101,065 in the Foundation’s most recent round of funding.

Since it was established in 1998, the MutualOne Charitable Foundation has donated over $2.8 million to charitable, educational, and civic initiatives that improve and enhance the quality of life in Framingham, Natick and surrounding communities.

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