481 kids served in after school and summer activities
22 youth engaged in year round mentoring
62,828 hot meals served to hungry kids to date
24 full time, part time, and summer jobs created
With your help, we can do even more. Click below to become a hero today!
HOPE FOR GARY Due to the growth and increased demand for City Life Center programs we are launching our Hope for Gary campaign. We are looking to raise $250k to expand our programming by:
Serving over 420 kids annually across 5 sites
Serving over 53,000 meals annually to hungry kids
Expand male and female mentoring programs to serve 100 middle and high school boys and girls
Remodeling space at our main site to create more classrooms and activity spaces
Hiring additional youth development specialists to ensure appropriate staff to student ratio
You can be a catalyst for hope to to kids and their families in the city Gary by giving a financial gift today. Please click the green button to the left to become a hero today!
City Life Center 225 W 5th Ave. Gary, IN 46402 (219) 880-4851 firstname.lastname@example.org
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