Corporate Engagement

Opening doors for the next generation of Boston’s workforce and leaders.

We look forward to creating a custom partnership to make the most significant impact together.

When you invest in Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston, you enable us to continue to deliver life-changing programs to the young people we serve, connect your company with the broader Boston community, and engage your employees or colleagues in meaningful experiences that help our members realize their full potential.

For more information, please contact Courtney Schermerhorm, Assistant Director, Corporate & Foundation Engagement, at or 617-994-4748.

Get Your Employees Engaged

Visit a Club and get a first-hand perspective of BGCB's impact

  • Take a tour to discover everything the Club offers.
  • Organize a service project with your colleagues.
  • Attend a community event to meet our members.

Bring our efforts into your office through one of many opportunities.

  • Host a BGCB CEO Coffee or Brown Bag Lunch for employees.
  • Offer job shadowing opportunities for our teen members.
  • Provide a summer job for an older member or recent Club Alum.
  • Organize a back to school or holiday goods drive at your office.

Join BGCB's expansive network of donors and supporters.

“Working with students like Eva and Alton as a part of BGCB’s Summer Internships initiative makes MFS employees better people, better parents, and better citizens of the world.”

Kevin Beatty
Chief Investment Officer
MFS Investment Management

Sponsor an Event

Annual Dinner

BGCB's largest annual corporate fundraiser raises critical funds to support our city’s young people who need us most.

A Night With Friends

Young supporters of Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston gather for a celebratory evening with a silent auction, fun games, and DJ and dancing.

Premier Corporate Partners

Lead Corporate Partners

Investment in youth is key to sustaining Greater Boston’s vibrant and diverse business community. For this reason, Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston founded our Corporate Leadership Council (CLC) in 2008 to provide guidance and offer opportunities for the city’s business leaders to engage more deeply in our work. Current CLC events include annual breakfast meetings featuring a prominent keynote speaker.


  • Miceal Chamberlain Jr.
    Bank of America
  • Wycliffe K. Grousbeck
    Boston Celtics Limited Partnership


  • William F. Achtmeyer
    (Retired) EY-Parthenon
  • Bradley R. Balter
    Bain Capital, LLC
  • Kevin Beatty
    MFS Investment Management
  • Jeffrey C.  Bloomberg
    Gordon Brothers Group, LLC
  • William S. Buccella
    Wilmington Trust N.E.
  • Joseph P. Campanelli
    Needham Bank
  • James A. Canfield
    McCall & Almy, Inc.
  • Richard J. Caturano
    RSM US
  • Jonathan G. Davis
    The Davis Companies
  • Anthony DiNovi
    Thomas H. Lee Partners, L.P.
  • Karen M. Firestone
    Aureus Asset Management
  • Thomas J. Fontaine
    Cambridge Trust
  • Carol Fulp
    (Retired) The Partnership, Inc.
  • William P. Gelnaw
    Choate, Hall & Stewart, LLP
  • Vicary M. Graham
    BNY Mellon Wealth Management
  • Durant A. Hunter
    Ridgeway Partners, LLC
  • Bruce N. Jacobs
    Kymera Therapeutics
  • Patricia Jacobs
  • Dave Johnson
    Bain & Company
  • Gerald R. Jordan
    Hellman, Jordan Management Co. Inc.
  • David C. Kaplan
    Shepherd Kaplan LLC
  • Brian J. Knez
    Castanea Partners
  • Robert K. Kraft
    New England Patriots
  • Michael A. Krupka
    Bain Capital, LP
  • Kevin J. Leary
    VPNE Parking Solutions
  • Marc Margulies
    Margulies Perruzzi Architects
  • Michael A. Miles
    Berkshire Partners LLC
  • Edvaldo Morata
  • David Mussafer
    Advent International Corporation
  • John A. Nadas
    General Electric Company
  • Thomas J. Niedermeyer Jr.
    The office of Thomas J. Niedermeyer Jr.
  • Saul J. Pannell
    (Retired) Wellington Management Company LLP
  • Randy Peeler
    Berkshire Partners LLC
  • Adrienne M. Penta
    Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.
  • Kevin C. Phelan
    Colliers International
  • Richard P. Quinlan
    Liberty Mutual Insurance
  • Robert L. Reynolds
    Putnam Investments
  • Ronald L. Sargent
    (Retired) Staples, Inc.
  • Dana Smith
    BGCB Workforce Readiness Director
  • Robert A. Smith
    Castanea Partners
  • Donald J. Steiner
    Webster Equity Partners
  • Jane Steinmetz
  • Timothy P. Wade
    M&T Bank
  • Herbert S. Wagner III
    FinePoint Capital
  • Marc A. White
    ETHIC, A Wealth Bank