Food & Wine Extravaganza

Faster Than A Falcon Run

National Mentoring Month

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Corporate Philanthropy Day

National Boys & Girls Clubs Week

Staff Training Conference

Clubs open all day, every day, Mon - Fri!

Clubs open all day, every day, Mon - Fri!

Closed for Independence Day

Harley Raffle Winner Drawing @ House of Harley

Staff Training Conference

Staff Training Conference

Community Partnerships

Alaska Native Cultural Charter School
Alaskans for Litter Prevention and Recycling (ALPAR)
Anchorage Association for Volunteer Administration
Anchorage School District
Anchorage Youth and Parent Foundation's Peer Outreach Workers Education and Research (POWER) Program
Anchorage Youth Development Coalition
Association of Alaska School Boards/Initiatives for Community Engagement
Children's Meal Mission
Communities for Mobilizing Change on Alcohol
Covenant House
Food Bank of Alaska
Hope World Wide
Lion’s Club
Mat-Su Borough School District
Mat-Su Health Foundation
Mat-Su Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition
Municipality of Anchorage
Nine Star Enterprises
Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Programs
Red Ribbon Coalition
Spirit of Youth
State of Alaska
Department of Behavioral Health
Department of Health and Social Services
The Children's Lunchbox (A Program of Bean's Cafe)
United Way of Anchorage/Anchorage United for Youth
University of Alaska Anchorage
Volunteers of America
YMCA Basketball

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