What You'll Get
Boys Town Nevada, whose efforts have earned the attention of the Spring Valley View, provides shelter and a supportive family environment for children and teenagers experiencing homelessness and neglect. Many of the youth accepted into the assistance program cope with physical and mental issues such as aggression problems, a history of physical or sexual abuse, and difficulties with substance abuse. Despite facing these serious issues, 89% of the children and teens placed in the Boys Town Nevada Continuum of Care have continued to live at home or in a stable home-like setting one year after leaving the program.
To assist teenagers as they leave the Continuum of Care, Boys Town Nevada offers a Transition to Adulthood program that places young men and women in an independent living setting and offers financial relief for the time that they search for employment. Each month, $450 helps transitioning teens afford expenses, including utility bills, food, bus passes, a sheriff's help card, and their apartment complex's safety deposit.
Join G-Team and donate $10 to help Boys Town Nevada provide one teenager with living necessities. If G-Team members raise $450, then a teen in Boys Town Nevada's Transition to Adulthood program can receive one month of relief from living expenses as they search for employment. Each additional $10 raised will help provide another teen with one month of living necessities.
Unlike traditional Groupon deals, G-Team campaigns typically don't offer you a "discount" or "savings." So "buyer" beware—when you click "Buy" to donate your time or money to a worthwhile G-Team cause, the only discount you may receive is 100% off free, priceless karma. Read more about G-Team.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 19, 2012. Amount paid never expires. 100% of donations go directly to Boys Town Nevada. Donations are automatically applied. Must provide donor's full name at checkout. Redeem online for personal acknowledgment. See G-Team FAQs that apply to this campaign. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.