Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCGCV) Receive Grant from Let Them Play Foundation

Agoura, CA – The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCGCV) was recently awarded $12,500 from Let Them Play Foundation resulting from a fundraising event held by the Women in Corporate Growth (WCG), part of the Association for Corporate Growth 101 Corridor.

The 2019 WCG fundraiser brought together a panel of powerhouse executives including Darcy Antonelis, CEO, Vubiquity; July Bocabeille, CEO of Algenist; Laura Siegal, CEO, Natal Engineering Co., Inc. and Jennifer Terrill, CEO, Paysafe. Proceeds benefitted Let Them Play Foundation who provided grants to various children’s organizations in Ventura County including BGCGCV.

Dr. Crystal Naone, President/CEO of the BGCGCV along with members of the staff were presented with the grant at the Notter Family Boys & Girls Club in Thousand Oaks. The grant is designed to promote healthy lifestyles at the BGCGCV at all nine clubs.

For more information, contact the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley at 818-706-0905.

About the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley are open before and after school, during lunch, on weekends for sports leagues, throughout the summer for the camp program and all-day during school vacations with tours of the Clubs available upon request. For more information about supervised youth programs, to donate, volunteer, or register online, please log onto or call 818-706-0905.

On left, Tarah Byrnes, Let Them Play Foundation and Nicole Carnation, Women in Corporate Growth / Association for Corporate Growth 101 Corridor join with youth from the Notter Family Boys & Girls Club along with Dr. Crystal Nāone, President/CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley and Jennie Parkinson, Director of Donor Relations on right.

About ACG
ACG 101 is one of the fastest-growing chapters of the Association for Corporate Growth, the premier international organization for professionals involved in corporate growth, corporate development and mergers and acquisitions. ACG 101 serves corporate executives and professionals in the West Valley-Ventura County-Santa Barbara areas. Founded in 1954, the Association for Corporate Growth has chapters worldwide representing 14,500 members. ACG serves 90,000 investors, executives, lenders and advisers to growing middle-market companies. ACG’s mission is to drive middle-market growth.

About WCG
ACG 101’s Women in Corporate Growth (“WCG”) is a group of professional women located along the US Hwy 101 corridor who work for or provide services to companies in the middle to upper middle market. WCG holds programs during the year to discuss current topics related to corporate finance, to build relationships, and to recognize the achievements of local female executives. In addition, WCG encourages a practice of mentoring the next generation of women executives and service providers by helping up-and-coming professionals to build relationships. ACG101’s Women in Corporate Growth Annual Luncheon raises money for community non-profits aimed at bettering the lives and educational opportunities for the youth in the area.

About Let Them Play Foundation
For the past few years, Eric and Tarah Byrnes had been funding small, specific needs for local youth activity organizations. As a family that deeply valued sport, activity and community, it was a natural fit. The first one was for $450 to their little league, at risk for losing the junior umpire program because they couldn’t afford the proper safety equipment. Eric and Tarah stumbled upon this need, quickly fulfilled it, and began to understand that there were other organizations run by volunteers, serving children, that had small gaps, and that if people knew about them, they would want to fix it. This began a quest for the Byrnes family. The more digging they did, the more profound the need became. Massive amounts of research confirmed the positive correlation between regular physical activity and improved academic performance and better social and emotional environments.

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