Brent Kirk, City of Granite Falls
Linda Hall, School Superintendent
Community Need and Solution
- A small, economically depressed community with few options for youth.
- 44% of kids in the Granite Falls School District receive free or reduced price lunch.
- When the Club opened in 2013, 400 members joined in the first few months.
- The current Club is in a temporary cramped School District facility.
- Middle School youth have to leave the facility when Elementary youth arrive due to limited space.
A 12,000 sq.ft. foreclosed facility and adjacent land for a permanent Boys & Girls Club
- A large, modern, easily accessible Boys & Girls Club located close to schools.
- A safe, positive place for kids to go before and after school and on breaks.
- Teen center, Technology Center, and STEM facility to support education.
- Gym to encourage a healthy lifestyle.
- If you would like to donate online plase click here and designate Granite Falls as your Club of choice.
- You may also make your check payable to Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County – Granite Falls Club and drop it off at: Granite Falls City Hall/ 206 S. Granite Ave/ Granite Falls, WA 98252
- If you are interested in making a pledge please contact Amelia Markworth at 425.315.7088 or firstname.lastname@example.org