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Boy Scouts Of America

 

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, SOUTH TEXAS COUNCIL,
(956) 791-0154, Camp Huisache, Hwy. 59

Provides educational programs promoting youths’ ability to do things for themselves and others through character building, citizenship training, and personal, physical and spiritual development.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Laredo

 

BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF LAREDO,

(956) 723-5223, 500 Moctezuma St.

Stands at the forefront in providing a high caliber of educational and recreational activities for the youth of Laredo.

 

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Zapata

 

BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF ZAPATA,

(956) 765-9713, 6th & Kennedy

Daily after-school youth development program emphasizing social, recreational, academic enhancement, personal development skills to children so they can develop into productive,

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Girls Scouts of Greater South Texas

 

GIRL SCOUTS OF GREATER SOUTH TEXAS,

(956) 723-7251, 701 Stone

Builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.
www.gsgst.org

 

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Imaginarium of South Texas

 

IMAGINARIUM OF SOUTH TEXAS,

(956) 728-0404, Mall del Norte

Multiple inquiry based workshops for children in underperforming schools that offer opportunities for science investigations that focus on process skills to promote student success.
www.istx.org

 

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Literacy Volunteers of Laredo

 

LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA-LAREDO,

(956) 724-5207, Bldg. P-10, Laredo Community College, West End Washington St.

Our mission is to reach adults whose literacy skills need upgrading and to provide trained volunteer tutors who can teach reading and writing skills.

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Sacred Hearth Children’s Home

 

SACRED HEART CHILDREN’S HOME,

(956) 723-3343, 3310 So. Zapata Hwy.

Our main purpose is to provide a home for children who for some justified reason cannot stay at their family home.

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