ATLANTA — “I have had the fortune of serving on the board of The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club of Greater Atlanta since 2014, comments James Butler, Super Bowl Champ New York Giants.
“Our primary responsibilities are to help raise funds and grow awareness. With the Super Bowl coming to Atlanta, I know this event will accomplish both goals. I have worked with this organization since 2001 as a freshman at Georgia Tech.
I am passionate about building this long-tenured relationship because it helps at-risk youth in underserved neighborhoods.”
The NFL Alumni event at the OAK Atlanta is a celebration of The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club’s commitment to the community through raising funds for a worthy cause servicing close to 1,800 children in the Greater Atlanta area.
“This is an amazing opportunity to bring recognition to our organization,” comments Lillian Bryden, Director of The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club. “Some of the proceeds from the event will be used to upgrade our Teen Centers at our clubs, purchase educational materials, and enhancements to our games rooms.”
The Salvation Army owns and operates three Boys & Girls Clubs in Greater Atlanta. The purpose of our Boys & Girls Clubs is to provide youth development services and to promote the health, physical, social, educational, vocational and character development of boys and girls.