T-Mobile visits Webster Kendrick Club on MLK Day for a day of service

Updated: Mar 23


T-Mobile staff and Boys & Girls Club Metropolitan Baltimore President & CEO Jeff Breslin and Vice President, resource development Matthew Death celebrate a day of service at Webster Kendrick Club.

On January 21, T-Mobile and Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Baltimore teamed up for a day of service to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. day. The service day took place at Webster Kendrick Club in West Baltimore.


T-Mobile volunteers did an amazing job helping to give Webster Kendrick Club an updated facelift. The group of 40 volunteers applied a shiny new coat of paint to the arts and crafts room, re-organized the kitchen, cleaned all of the bathrooms, the common area, and multipurpose room.


“This was an awesome time, this is what T-Mobile is all about, Uncarrier, and giving back to the people in our community,” stated Retail Store Manager, Lindsey Herbert.


Webster Kendrick serves more than 75 members daily and is the largest Club in Baltimore in both population and size. With many members, it's essential to make sure that each child walks in and out of the Club feeling like they belong to a safe and functional space. T-Mobile played a pivotal role in making the Club standout and helping to improve the experience for our members.


Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore are lucky to have partners such as T-Mobile to dedicate their time in helping us to provide our members with a Club where they can reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.


If you or your organization is interested in helping to volunteer or donate resources to Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Baltimore, please email Vice President, resource development Matthew Death at mdeath@bgcmetrobaltimore.org.


Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore

Mission: To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.



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