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Buffalo Wild Wings Encourages Portland Metro Guests to Participate in Community Day for Local Boys & Girls Clubs - 04/15/19

For Immediate Release: April 10, 2019 

Seven local restaurants to raise funds to support youth sports and Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metropolitan Area on Wednesday, April 17 

WHAT:           Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metropolitan Area (BGCP) and Buffalo Wild Wings® are teaming up to make an impact in the lives of kids and teens. On April 17, seven Portland area Buffalo Wild Wings will host a Community Day to raise funds via restaurant sales and will donate 10% of its total sales that day, plus any additional guest donations, to BGCP as part of the Buffalo Wild Wings Team Up for Kids® initiative. This initiative creates more opportunities for youth to play sports, building life skills that help kids thrive well into adulthood, like self-esteem, resilience and collaboration.

Guests can support their local Club by dining at seven Portland metro area Buffalo Wild Wings, and may add a personal donation to their guest check if desired. 

WHEN:           Wednesday, April 17, 2019    


  • Lloyd Center, 1200 NE Broadway Street, Suite 20
  • Downtown Portland, 327 SW Morrison Street
  • Cascade Station, 9810 NE Cascades Parkway
  • Wood Village, 22849 NE Glisan Street
  • Beaverton, 11995 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Highway
  • Tualatin, 8505 SW Tualatin Sherwood Road
  • Hillsboro, 2219 NW Allie Avenue

Grand opening sign made by Boys & Girls Clubs staff and youth
Grand opening sign made by Boys & Girls Clubs staff and youth
Inukai Family Boys & Girls Club Playspace Grand Opening (Photo) - 04/11/19

Media Advisory
For Immediate Release: April 11, 2019 

Depave project transformed an old parking lot into a vibrant green playspace for Hillsboro youth

What: Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metropolitan Area and Depave are excited to invite you to the Grand Opening of the Inukai Family Club Green Playspace. This space will provide youth in the Hillsboro community with a safe, art-filled place to connect with nature, practice mindfulness, and play outside. The Depave project has involved hundreds of volunteers from the Hillsboro Community and beyond.  

Community members are invited to join us at the Inukai Family Club for fun, family-friendly activities, including a BBQ dinner, before the ribbon cutting ceremony that will officially open the space to our Club and the public. Our Grand Opening rounds off a week of nation-wide events recognizing the work of Boys & Girls Clubs. Supporters are encouraged to show their support for this work on social media by using the #BGCweek and participating in our local Day of Giving

This family-friendly event is free and open to the public! RSVP: 

Inukai Family Boys & Girls Club
560 SE 3rd Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97123 

When: Friday, April 12, 2019, 4 – 7pm 

Speakers to Include: 

  • Ted Labbe, Depave 
  • Arturo Villaseñor, Muralist 
  • Mayor Steve Callaway 

Available for media interview between 5:50 – 6:10pm: 

  • Erin Hubert, CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metro 
  • Rachel Schutz, VP Club Services at Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metro 
  • Ted Labbe, Depave

Project Sponsors, Partners, and Funders: 
This project was made possible thanks to our partners at Baker RockClean Water ServicesDPR ConstructionHillsboro Arts & Culture CouncilHillsboro Grocery OutletHillsboro Water DepartmentGreenWorks PCKiwanis Club of HillsboroMutual MaterialsNew Village Masonry and ConstructionParr LumberR&H ConstructionReBuilding CenterReser’s Fine Foods, Inc.Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation DistrictTuality Healthcare Foundation, and Urban Forest Pro

About Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metro: 
Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metro (BGCP) empowers more than 4,000 youth each year to discover their full potential by providing safe facilities staffed with trained, caring youth development professionals who deliver horizon-broadening programs when school is not in session. Clubs are designed to support youth and teens as they develop the qualities they need to achieve academic success, become responsible leaders, and live healthy lives. Learn more at

About Depave: 
Depave is a Portland-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit which promotes the transformation of over-paved places to overcome the social and environmental impacts of pavement. We engage communities and reconnect urban landscapes to nature through action-oriented projects, education, advocacy and stewardship. Utilizing a community-based model, Depave has partnered with dozens of organizations to complete over 70 transformative green infrastructure placemaking projects in the Portland Metro area over the past decade, creating a host of social, environmental, and economic benefits. Learn more at