Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa
Ringside for Youth has officially retired as the undefeated and undisputed heavyweight champion, earning its title after helping so many kids in the Ottawa community
In sports, it’s considered a virtue to go out at the top of one’s game.
Camp Fortune did an excellent job of living up to its prosperous name Thursday.
Phase two LRT talk
It was a night full of political knockouts, but just as exciting as the Ontario election were the punches and jabs b
More than 250 community leaders devoted an hour of their day to learn about the progress the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa is making to ensure all children and youth in our community are
What a relief that the charity skiathon for the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa made a big splash, figuratively speaking only — not literally.
Across eastern Ontario, companies are becoming increasingly creative with how they help charitable causes by developing their own corporate social responsibility programs.
Few fundraisers in Ottawa have gone the distance quite like Ringside for Youth XXIII, an annual dinner and boxing night that’s raised millions of dollars for the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa.
Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa Breakfast celebrates Graham Macmillan for his long-time leadership and commitment
For the past 10 years, Graham Macmillan has dedicated his time and energy to giving all kids in our community equal access to opportunities and possibilities, through his leadership as chair of the…