For Levet Brown, nothing is better than seeing kids come through the doors of the Laurel Boys and Girls Club — kids who might otherwise be on the streets or in gangs. But with a building more than a century old and no funding from the city, the club’s president worries that club’s after-school program has a bleak future.
Now, a United Way grant will give Brown a chance to change more lives.
United Way of the National Capital Area announced Jan. 19 that it is awarding more than $1.75 million to 161 of its 737-member nonprofit groups in the Washington area.
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