Transcript for Lowe's Renovates Boys & Girls Clubs Across the Nation
Now it's time to build it forward. Lowe's is revamping and revitalizing boys and girls club. Rachel smith has more on the project to rejuvenate these places. And change a lot of kids' lives. Reporter: At the boys and girls club on New York's upper west side, volunteers are working. Giving the Harlem staple sof tender loving care. We're so excited to be able to be here today and say this is really going to happen. Reporter: The nyc club is part of a special $2.5 million initiative called renovation across the nation. One club in every state will receive a there are 50,$50,000 grant from Lowe's. From Alabama to Wyoming. This is part of our corporate purpose, to help people love where they live. And to make a difference in someone's day every day. Reporter: Olympic gold medalist and longtime club fan Dominique dawes is wearing a hard hat. 50,000 kids will be impacted around the U.S. They'll be introduced to sports, extracurricular activities. There will be games. Reporter: To mark the occasion, a special mural designed by a 16-year-old club member. How do you hope your artwork impacts other kids at clubs? I hope it shows other artists like me that they have the ability to do a lot of things. Reporter: Cheese. Harlem, their new state-of-the-art, 10,000-square-foot facility will include a new kitchen, digital media lab. It feels amazing. This is a big building. Reporter: Leaving these young members excited for the grand opening this fall. I'm happy that they could do this. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Rachel smith, ABC news, Harlem.
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