Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley Announced the Cancellation of the 49th Annual Benefit Auction
Galactic Gala, scheduled for Saturday, June 6th, 2020 has been cancelled after closely monitoring the evolving situation, this decision was made to best support public health. Without the Club’s largest fundraiser, an estimated a loss of $220,000 is expected, leaving the Club unable to provide basic out-of-school resources to Santa Clarita youth. While the event won’t go on, with community support, the Boys & Girls Club will.
Board President and Auction Co-Chair Ann-Marie Bjorkman is still processing the news, “The Auction is my baby. The first Saturday in June has been marked on my Calendar for over 20 years! We had a great theme picked out, Galactic Gala, and our supporters were so excited. We hate having to cancel but we just don’t know where the world will be by then and so many of our supporters are suffering right now. Even though we won’t have the event we still have to fundraise so we’re asking anyone who can to donate.” In times of tragedy and crisis, Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley has stepped up to provide a safe place for kids and teens. Today, the organization is committed more than ever, to ensure Club staff, members, families, and communities have the resources and support they need to navigate these uncertain times.
To donate and to learn more about the Club’s mission, please visit www.scvbgc.org.
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