Build 2 Win: Support Mathews-Dickeys Blue Chips Initiative

Build 2 Win: Support Mathews-Dickeys Blue Chips Initiative

Donate to Build Scholar-Athletes and Invest in Our Community

Build Together, Win Together

Mathews-Dickey Boys’ & Girls’ Club invites you to participate in our end of the year campaign, #Build2Win. Supporters can help by donating, sharing posts and communicating the mission of Mathews-Dickey and the need for building scholar-athletes to strengthen our St. Louis community and the nation.

The next 5 weeks (from Nov. 3 to Dec. 31) are a social media celebration and campaign drive culminating with Sheer Elegance on December 9.


With your support, our vision, programs and opportunities for youth will grow and reach more at-risk youth. Throughout the campaign we will be interacting with you here through our website and social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube) to share with you how the scholar athlete model works and how to better support your children and our youth. Follow us on social media and keep an eye out for videos highlighting our scholar athletes, alumni and community impact.

In the video you’ll meet scholar-athlete Kobe Dozier and find links to help you be a supporter and part of the Mathews-Dickey team!

Let’s build together to win together!

How You Can Help

1. Donate

Fill out our pledge form and check the box next to Build 2 Win.

2. Get the Conversation Going

Our research and analysis have shown that  word of mouth is how most people hear about the trans-formative work of Mathews-Dickey. And you can help by sharing our story (or your story) with friends in person and social media. If Facebook, Twitter and Instagram aren’t for you, then please consider forwarding this content to friends or family members who post–that’s still a great way to engage in Word of Mouth Marketing!

3. Share Our Stories

  • Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube
  • Tag us @MathewsDickey
  • Retweet/share our posts
  • Include hashtags #Build2Win and #MathewsDickey


Thank you for your support! Please contact Bill Fronczak with any questions.