Marketplace

Goshen Marketplace

Our mission is to raise interest in the Boys & Girls Clubs of Elkhart County, while cultivating a new generation of donors through an online philanthropic marketplace geared towards providing experiences to fulfill our mission to inspire and empower all young people, especially those who need us most.

VISIT THE MARKETPLACE

We have an exciting opportunity for you to support the Boys & Girls Clubs of Elkhart County in Goshen. It’s called The Marketplace and it’s a fundraising tool we are utilizing to replace some of the events we have done in the past.

Unlike a traditional marketplace where you might purchase something for yourself – ours gives a donor, like you, the opportunity to create a great experience for a Club kid. This allows us to give our members opportunities and events they might never have been able to have on their own.

Through The Marketplace, you can help make dreams for these kids a reality. Your support and donation to the Boys & Girls Club not only supports experiences for our young members, but allows the Boys & Girls Club to
continually thrive in every aspect of ‘Club Life.’

What’s your favorite thing about the Boys & Girls Club?

Hi there I’m Jeremiah

… Gym, exercise, and practicing my shooting skills

Over 60 children actively participate in MYSL Sports.

Hi my name is DeShawn

… Everything about Club is awesome!

We designed and built stage sets and costumes and had hours of fun! On the way, they learned to be comfortable in front of others, increased their self-confidence, and learned teamwork and commitment skills.

Hello, I am Lissete

… I love the Learning Center

The Homework Help program helps me get my homework done. I get the help I need that I can’t get at home from my parents. I like to get my homework done as soon as I get to the Club because then I can play in the gym for the rest of the time I’m there.

Hello, I’m Da’Jah

… Being in Keystone and helping out

Keystone Club participants organized a winter coat and boot drive for those in need. Kids were taught character building through the humble act of giving back to The Salvation Army, The Window, and Wounded Warriors.

Nice to meet you, I’m Betsy

… Eating dinner and playing with friends

The Club kids develop life-long friendships during cooking classes, and other engaging life-skill activities.