As the executive director of the Boys & Girls Club of Nampa, Brad sees firsthand how donations to United Way’s Community Fund go to work.
“The United Way Community Fund allows the Boys & Girls Club of Nampa to provide after-school homework help to more than 400 youth each year,” Brad said. “The youth that participate in our ‘Power Hour’ are more likely to graduate on time and go on to college than their peers.”
Brad has been involved with United Way since he began working with Boys & Girls Clubs in 2002. He gives to United Way because he understands the value of the services that United Way and its partner organizations provide to children.
“I have been collaborating with the United Way for the past 15 years to help change and sometimes save the lives of our youth,” Brad said. “United Way of Treasure Valley not only helps youth but impacts the community as a whole.”