International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 103 (IBEW 103) and their partners at the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) are proud to announce that they will donate all equipment and labor for security system upgrades during the Watertown Boys & Girls Club’s upcoming renovation project. The donations from IBEW 103 and NECA follows through on their ongoing commitment to support programs helping young people in local communities.
Lou Antonellis, Business Manager of IBEW 103 said, “We are proud to support the Watertown Boys & Girls Club in their upcoming renovations by donating and installing these much needed security equipment upgrades. Many Watertown families rely on the Boys and & Girls Club and the quality services and program they offer. We are happy to do our part to modernize the facility and to help keep Watertown kids safe.”
“The Boys & Girls Club has always been a safe place for kids to come to learn and grow,” Said Renée Gaudette, Executive Director of the Watertown Boys & Girls Club. “We are grateful for the security equipment donation from IBEW 103 because keeping kids safe is our number one priority at Watertown Boys & Girls Club.”
The Watertown Boys & Girls Club ranks as the single largest nonprofit youth service organization in Watertown serving 1,000 registered members between 7 and 18 years old and offering a wide range of activities and programs to fit individual needs. The Club provides a safe, creative setting with trained, compassionate adult staff who help guide and coach boys and girls in academic success, healthy living, character development and peer relationships.
For more information on the innovative programs and charitable activities of IBEW 103, please visit http://the103advantage.com/.
Additional information about NECA of Greater Boston can be found at: http://www.bostonneca.org.
To learn more about the Watertown Boys & Girls Club and the services they offer, please visit http://www.watertownbgc.org/.