|GREATER SPRINGFIELD Ninety Nine Restaurants announced on Nov. 30 that they raised $202,000 for local chapters of the Boys & Girls Club in communities throughout New England and New York during the company’s Boys & Girls Club Fundraising Month in October. |
Specifically, the East Longmeadow and Springfield Ninety Nine Restaurants raised $2,117 for the Springfield Boys & Girls Club.
Through the enormous generosity of Ninety Nine Restaurants’ guests and team members, funds were raised for local chapters of the Boys & Girls Club during the month of October through the following ways:
Each Ninety Nine Restaurant has a relationship at the local level with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, the oldest and largest organization that has a primary mission of service to youth, and the public school system in the community.
“We are thrilled that the money we raised is going to the Boys & Girls Clubs where they encourage positive youth development and accommodate thousands of youths daily,” Grady said.
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