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Boys & Girls Clubs provide a safe, supportive environment and quality after-school programs that support what kids learn during the school day to increase their overall academic success. As we prepare to start the new school year, remember that your gift of school supplies, funds, or time spent volunteering at a Club in your community will help ensure that kids and teens have the necessary resources to achieve great futures.

Learn how Boys & Girls Clubs of the Coastal Plain impacts the area's youth.

Member Profile

Grady-White Boats/E.R. Lewis Family Unit

Kimbria is 14 years old and has been a member of Boys & Girls Clubs of the Coastal Plain for 7 years. As an 8th grader, Kimbria has been accepted into the Pitt County School Early College High School Program (PCSECHS), along with the Health Science Academy Program. In her free time, you can find Kimbria volunteering with the Teen Court Program, assisting Club members with Power Hour, and participating in Smart Girls, Healthy Habits, Triple Play, Youth of the Year, Keystone, Delta Academy and FLY-HI Hyster-Yale Women’s Mentoring Program. She also loves to spend time with her little sister, Kimiya.

Leader Spotlight

Grady-White Boats/E.R. Lewis Family Unit

Kayla is from Salisbury, NC and first came to Boys & Girls Clubs as an intern during her undergraduate studies. Kayla graduated from East Carolina University with a Bachelor's Degree in Public Health. During her time with the Club, she has created and implemented nutrition-based educational lessons with younger Club members. She now works ad a part-time Club leader and as the front desk receptionist. Kayla’s favorite thing about leading at the Club is meeting individuals from various types of backgrounds and further developing her critical thinking skills while ensuring all members look forward to coming back the next day.