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Arizona Diamondbacks give $25,000 to Boys and Girls Club of Greater Scottsdale

Posted 5/12/24

The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Scottsdale is one of eight nonprofit organization in the too receive funding as part of the Arizona Diamondback’s Ken Kendrick Grand Slam Award Grants. This …

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Arizona Diamondbacks give $25,000 to Boys and Girls Club of Greater Scottsdale

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The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Scottsdale is one of eight nonprofit organization to receive funding as part of the Arizona Diamondback’s Ken Kendrick Grand Slam Award Grants. This year’s grants totaled more than $700,000.

The Boys & Girls of Greater Scottsdale’s Barker Branch received $25,000 for the Diamondbacks Reading Room, which is designed for comfort to facilitate the best reading and learning environment to improve grades and attitudes. The classroom environment is built on fun, interactive and cultural insight, and brings reading, academic success and enjoyment to the Club’s young members. This foundational room is the beginning of a successful teen, a teen who is workforce ready and motivated to do their best in life.