Capital One Donates $15K to Boys & Girls Club, Funding Digital Programs
ST. CLOUD -- The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Minnesota is getting some help funding their technology programs.
The organization just accepted a $15,000 grant from Capital One to help go toward their Project Learn and technology programs. Deb Nebosis is the Director of Development for the Boys & Girls Club. She says their technology programs help kids build skills they'll need for when they go into their careers.
"Project Learn is a Club-wide educational strategy that has been tested and proven by the Boys & Girls Clubs of America to boost academic success. We also provide innovative technology programs, such as T3 and coding programs, to equip our youth with the skills they need to successfully enter a digital workforce."
Since 2012, Capital One has given the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Minnesota more than $86,000.