George Briggeman Family Supporting Cypress Boys and Girls Club for Over 30 Years!

One corporate partner and proud supporter of the Boys and Girls Club of Cypress is the Briggeman family which has supported these clubs for over 30 years with many contributions.

Mr. Briggeman and his companies recently gave several thousand dollars to this club so there could be physical education programs and school education programs provided to youth with supervision. Summer programs and after-school activities are provided by the Cypress Boys and Girls Club, so children can become responsible citizens that are caring and productive. The after-school programs provided by this club help foster a positive environment for children.

During after-school hours there can be a lot of negative influences brought on to children but the club provides a very positive environment for them. Volunteers that provide service as well as contributions such as the George Briggeman family of companies help to keep these clubs open for children for after-school activities.

70 thoughts on “George Briggeman Family Supporting Cypress Boys and Girls Club for Over 30 Years!

  1. Paula James says:

    I am proud of the Briggeman family. They make me want to get up and do more in the community. Maybe I can’t do as much as they have, but if we all do just a small part, it an make a BIG difference.

  2. Etkin says:

    Contributing to the boys & girls club is like contributing to our future. Kids definitely need a posititive environment to hang out in after school and this is it!

  3. Dae Lee says:

    Thank you to the Briggeman family for supporting The Boys’ & Girls’ Club of Cypress after all these years. It’s a great place for kids and offers wonderful recreational programs that would keep them away from drugs and other vices.

  4. Collin says:

    All of the community programs are created by the Briggeman family. What will they do next? They are a blessing to their community.

  5. Danny says:

    Being part of a boys and girls club is much better than just doing nothing after school. This is one good example of a community program.

  6. Lance says:

    The Cypress Boys and Girls Club is just one of the programs that the Briggeman’s Family support. The family supports lots of organization. They are very helpful in their community.

  7. Randall says:

    This blog is very simple and informative. I like the fact that the Briggeman family is helping their community a lot. Thirty years of supporting a club is very long.

    • Rick says:

      They sure is a blessing to their community. The boys and girls club is a good way of putting your kids in. They’re gonna develop how to interact with other kids.

    • Justin says:

      Hey I live in the Philippines too! I wonder what the Briggeman family looks like? I wish they can develop community service out of their place also.

  8. Ice Queen says:

    I agree post like these is very rare nowadays. People like to talk about pain, death, loss a very long list of bad things that causes like this are forgotten. That is reality I guess.

  9. Scott Summers says:

    A good question from the comments. Why is this not publish? It is because of the mentality that this kind of news will never sell unless there is sex and violence.

  10. Wildstriker2012 says:

    The after school program is a nice touch. I think lessons are caught not taught. Meaning children or anyone can learn better with visuals as suppose to just data.

  11. invisible woman says:

    I will definitely lead people who needs this kind of inspiration. Cannot change the world? Well this man proves us wrong.

    • Camren says:

      Many people think that it takes a whole lot of people to make a difference. But history has shown us great men and women who have ignited changed by being strong enough to take a stand for what they believe in. Mr. Briggeman is one of those people who exemplifies this.

  12. dazzler says:

    putting effort to what counts is admirable. While others are prioritizing Politics, this guy is doing more silently as he can.

  13. Hashim Khan says:

    Words cannot express how grateful people are with all the people that are working hard into putting all this program into life. Thank you so much for your dedication and effort.

  14. Itachi Uchiha says:

    30 years what dedication. I imagine this family has been blessed so much because of this may you continue for next 30

  15. Kitty Pride says:

    Makes me curious to know their humble starting points. What are their motivations on giving back? In either case hands off to the family for doing something like this.

  16. Ororo says:

    Now this is something we could write about. I know people has the mentality of for it to be news it has to be misfortune but no!!! This types of stories should be news too not just killing or senseless things.

  17. Lilibet says:

    Corporate social responsibility. As this is a family corporation, I would say they are really a giving family. I wish more and more Americans would be like them, especially those around Orange County.

  18. Oswaldo says:

    God bless this family. For all your good deeds, good karma will come your way. I hope more and more families of Los Alamitos will be like you.

  19. Giovanni says:

    We should have more news like this. And more families like the Briggemans. Families that make an impact to the society, a good influence especially to the young ones.

  20. Doreen says:

    There is a new term for corporate social responsibility now, I just forgot it. Regardless of purpose, companies and families contributing to the community should be praised. The positive impact of their generosity could last for years to come.

  21. Yuen Ling Elaine Au Yeung says:

    “The after-school programs provided by this club help foster a positive environment for children.” What I think that, sometimes, when the children join the after-school programs, they might learn additional skills for their study.

  22. Shamkant Sukalikar says:

    Good to hear positive news as there is a scarcity of such news subject now a days. The number of such kind of families should be on increase, of course including of our own. May God bless them.

  23. Ria says:

    What a way to give back from the Briggemans. It’s good to know there are people who are actually committed to making this world a better place!

  24. Ree says:

    “Physical education programs and school education programs provided to youth with supervision”, “summer programs and after-school activities . . . so children can become responsible citizens that are caring and productive.”

    Thanks to the Briggeman family, young kids are getting the kind of “positive distractions” they need these days.

  25. MIco Robin says:

    Now this family is an example of a modern Good Samaritan. They are changing the world not by Politics or what not but by helping others. Hands off to them

  26. glad says:

    God bless you and your family George Brightman because of people like you the youths have the opportunity of having a normal future. Keep the good work up.

  27. Linda Burroughs says:

    Posts like these are such a refreshing change from the usual doom and gloom prophecies that are perpetuated by the media. If we, as a whole, focused on more good, it is a given that more good things would begin to happen in the world. If all we ever hear about is the bad stuff, then that is where our thoughts and eventually our actions will go. But if we can bring ourselves to contemplate the positive, it is without a doubt that our actions will be positive too, bringing much needed stability to a world torn apart with conflict. Keep up the good work Los Alamitos!

  28. RosyG says:

    It’s so good to know there are people out there who still care about our children… I hope they know their work is being appreciated, because there is no small price to pay when it comes to keeping kids safe and providing a balanced environment for them.

  29. Robert Caine says:

    George Briggeman has been a wonderful help to the Los Alamitos community. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting him a few times and he was a very nice man. Thank you, George for all you’ve done for our city!

  30. Bethanny says:

    Glad to post here, glad to know them. They have had such a huge impact on nearly everyone in Los Al in one way or the other…even the unhappy campers.

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