Published December 08, 2014 15:24
Boys and Girls Club PSAs Celebrate Great Futures
The little miracles that happen every day at Boys & Girls Club of Cornwall/SDG are celebrated in three new public service announcements that were launched today.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada (BGCC) launched a creative campaign today, celebrating the impact of Boys and Girls Clubs on the lives of 3 accomplished alumni.
Great Futures Start Here features 30-second vignettes about former Club members: #1 NHL draft pick Taylor Hall, #1 NBA draft pick Anthony Bennett, and award-winning child psychiatrist Dr. Jean Clinton.
The PSAs—BGCC’s first in 5 years—illustrate how Clubs create positive opportunities for young people to dream, grow and achieve their full potential.
The Boys & Girls Club of Cornwall/SDG is excited to serve many children and youth each day, and looks forward to seeing our very own Great Futures unfold here in Cornwall and S.D.G.
Top creative talent waived their fees to enable the videos to be developed on a shoestring budget. DARE Toronto, Director David Hicks and Sons and Daughters Productions gave generously of their time and talent, while 20 young members of the Boys and Girls Club of East Scarborough appeared as extras on a very early Sunday morning while the PSAs were filmed at their Club. See the PSAs here: Boys & Girls Club PSA
About Boys & Girls Club of Cornwall/SDG
The Boys & Girls Club of Cornwall/SDG serves over 1600 children and youth annually. Our members range from 6 to 18 years old. We provide access to fun, enriching programs and caring adults who support them to become healthy, responsible, compassionate and component individuals. We have been serving Cornwall, and the United Counties of S. D. & G. since 2009.
About Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada
Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada is dedicated to supporting and encouraging children and youth as they grow and develop. We are a national charity serving 200,000 young people in 650 locations across Canada. We listen to their opinions and ideas, applaud their accomplishments, lend support during their struggles and provide ways for them to explore their interests and talents. With this encouragement, young people develop the confidence and sense of belonging that helps them succeed in school, form positive relationships and mature into responsible, caring adults. For over 110, years we have welcomed children, youth and their families into clubs that reflect the diversity of Canada in small and large cities, rural communities and First Nations reserves. Visit www.bgccan.com and follow us at www.facebook.com/bgccan and www.twitter.com/bgccan.