Boys and Girls Club kicks off ‘Windows of Hope’ fundraiser
JACKSON, Tenn.-The Boys and Girls Club of Jackson kicks off its annual ‘Windows of Hope’ fundraiser, Thursday night. The night began with an early visit by Santa Claus. Many of the kids who participate in the after school and summer programs at the club attended. For every donation made, lights in the windows of the West Tennessee Healthcare Building along the Highway 45 Bypass are turned on. “we want to help our young people to have great futures, so this is a way that people of the community can give back to help our young people,” said Sabrina Anderson with the Boys and Girls Club of Jackson. To find out how you can help light up the windows and help the Boys and Girls Club, look for the link in the “Seen on 7” section.