Join Sharon in support of Lunch Break - Smilow Rainier Vista Virtual Tables


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What is a virtual table?
Virtual tables give Boys & Girls Clubs supporters around the country the chance to support programming at the Clubs. Everyone that donates will “join” a virtual table and receive updates about the impact of their contribution in the coming months.
How do I join a table?
All you have to do is give! You can donate to the overall event or support a specific table captain’s table by donating on their page.
Why should I give?
We need your support to help give everyone access to Clubs like Smilow Rainier Vista. While membership is only $36, it actually costs $500 to provide a year of homework help, healthy snacks and mentorship.
How do I learn more about the Smilow Rainier Vista club?
Go to their website or Facebook page.

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Together we can transform obstacles into opportunities when we dedicate ourselves to making a difference for kids.
Every donation makes a huge impact–helping to provide healthy after-school snacks, support with homework, a friendly staff member who’s just willing to listen, and much more.

Donate today, and help kids at Smilow Rainier Vista and other Clubs build a strong future for tomorrow. Your participation in LunchBreak! makes it possible for people of all backgrounds to be included in the Club through financial assistance and program support.

What’s the cost for a place to dream? We ask only $36 per year for membership, but we strive never to turn a child away. And while membership is only $36, it actually costs $500 to provide a year of homework help, healthy snacks and mentorship. Thank you for your generosity!

About the Joel E. Smilow Clubhouse and Teen Center at Rainier Vista

Kids may walk through the SRV doors for the fun we offer, but we do far more than entertain these youngsters. Our nationally recognized programs and activities impact children in three essential ways:

  • Academic success—Improving grades, reducing high school drop-out rates, and teaching kids to see themselves as learners.
  • Good character and citizenship—Encouraging community service, reducing juvenile crime rates, and instilling an attitude of engagement.
  • Healthy lifestyles—Teaching healthy behaviors, reducing drug use and childhood obesity, and fostering a positive self-image.

It is the vision of the SRV team that any club member who wants to enhance or change their life direction or outcomes could be a part of our club and the great programming that goes on for ages 5-19.

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