Content and/or other value provided by our partner, BGCA.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) has been around for a very long time. For over 100 years they have been providing communities a place where their children can go to socialize, engage in various activities, learn and hang out. The BGCA helps children be productive, caring, responsible adults – skills and traits learned through many of the programs offered at their clubs. Tomorrow, September 15, 2012 is the Boys & Girls Clubs Day for Kids a national celebration focusing on the importance of establishing stronger relationships between adults and youth. I think it would be great fun to do a parent/child potato sack race at the local Day for Kids event in my area. Teaching parents and children to rely on each other and work together is a great message to send and it’s easily demonstrated in sack races – don’t you think?
This is your call to action!
If you believe in “spending meaningful time with kids and encouraging them to be active” as an important part of their overall development, then make a pledge to:
- recognize the importance of spending time with the special kids in my life;
- encourage youth to participate in fun and healthy activities;
- serve as a role model by initiating active play;
- listen and be supportive when young people need someone to talk to; and
- celebrate Day for Kids in my community!
Simply click on the “Pledge to Play” logo above and fill out the form. It’s that simple!
Get a Week FREE!
Participating Clubs across the US are hoping you will try out their programs and are offering a One-Week Trial Membership. Join the thousands of families that already see the value in BGCA!
Help me Win!
Not only do I get to drive awareness to this awesome event, but in doing so I might win a Samsung Galaxy. Please help me spread the word and retweet (RT) my tweet below or post about this on your Facebook or other social avenues using the hashtag #Day4Kids
Boys & Girls Clubs Day for Kids: September 15th #Day4Kids & One FREE Week at BGCA goo.gl/quKgY PlsRT
— Lisa Samples (@lisasamples) September 14, 2012