Pierre GarÇon 4th Annual All-White Charity Event – Thursday, June 2nd, The Millennium Building, Washington, DC, 7:00 p.m. Professional NFL athlete and long-time supporter, Pierre Garcon hosts over 300 guests for a special night of fun benefitting BGCGW. For sponsorship and ticket info, contact Daphne Benbow, dbenbow@bgcgw.org or 202-540-2320.
31st Annual Tim Russert Congressional Dinner– Wednesday, June 15th, The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, 6:00 p.m. This gala event is named in honor of a true advocate of the Clubs, Tim Russert, as well as Congressional leaders whose efforts have helped raise awareness and support for the youth of our nation. For sponsorship and ticket info visit: http://www.bgcgw.org/31st-annual-tim-russert-congressional-dinner/. For more info, contact Daphne Benbow at dbenbow@bgcgw.org or call 202-540-2320. 
#STEAMtheBlock Party – Saturday, June 18th, Richard England Clubhouse 14, 11am-4pm This party fosters connections between schools, community organizations and parents in order to create a platform for our teens (ages 13-18) to display their talents. STEAM is BGCGW’s focus on using the arts to demystify STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) in practical, hands-on ways. Our corporate partners will also have the opportunity to provide STEAM-themed workshops and activities on-site. Sponsored in part by Best Buy and WPGC 95.5FM, this event will feature Live Music and performances by local artists and youth. If you would like to participate, sponsor or just want more info, contact Lily Banning at lbanning@bgcgw.org or call 202-540-2345.
55TH Annual Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game – Thursday, June 23rd, Nationals Park, Washington, DC, 7:05 p.m. Since 1909 the Congressional Baseball Game has been the only annual partisan showdown beloved by all and enjoyed by thousands.  The annual event benefits Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, the Washington Literacy Council and Washington Nationals Dream Foundation. For more info, visit http://www.congressionalbaseball.org/.
5th Annual “Lead, Don’t Follow” Teen Retreat– June 10th-12th, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia.  The “Lead, Don’t Follow” Teen Leadership program provides youth who have proven to be leaders in the classroom and within the community with opportunities to gain the necessary life skills related to “manhood”, peer to peer relations while fostering positive, developmental experiences with adult male role-models.