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Alloy announces partnership with Madison Boys and Girls club to restore after school services to Navy Yard Clubhouse

Alloy announced a partnership with Madison Square Boys & Girls Club to temporarily restore much-needed after-school services at Madison’s Navy Yard Clubhouse at 240 Nassau Street, a long-time community programming hub in Fort Greene. Madison is one of the longest-serving providers of after-school programming and youth development services in underserved communities in New York City.

“The Navy Yard Clubhouse has been a critical community asset for decades, and we have worked closely with Madison Square Boys & Girls Club to restore these essential services as soon as possible,” said Alloy CEO Jared Della Valle. “As we work to get Madison operational, we’re also eager to begin a robust community engagement process so we can sit at the table with our neighbors and learn from them about how this site can best serve seniors, children and other residents for many years. We are eager to begin this work.”

“When we recently had to close our Clubhouse due to the necessary sale of the building, we hoped to find a buyer that felt a connection to the community and would be committed to reestablishing services for youth in the Navy Yard area,” said Tim McChristian, Executive Director, Madison Square Boys & Girls Club. “We are thrilled that Alloy, a company that has already shown a great commitment to Brooklyn, has stepped up to play this important role for local residents.”

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