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The Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub has a company-wide commitment and "A Passion to Serve" in the communities in which it does business, which means that team members give back to those less fortunate in the community. Ninety Nine Restaurants broadened its community involvement by developing a relationship at the local level with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, the oldest and largest organization that has a primary mission of service to youth.
For over a decade, the Ninety Nine has shown its commitment to the Boys & Girls Club through a number of initiatives. October is Boys & Girls Club Month at the Ninety Nine and since 2008 with the help of its team members and the generosity of its guests, they've raised $2 million during Boys & Girls Club Month.
In addition to Boys & Girls Club Month, the Ninety Nine's commitment to the Boys & Girls Clubs continues throughout the year. Each Ninety Nine Restaurants has a relationship with its local Boys & Girls Club and donates food, funds and/or team members' time to help its local chapter. "We are passionate about our relationship with the Boys & Girls Clubs and we look forward to growing it even further and giving back to the communities in which we operate," said Ninety Nine president Charlie Noyes.
In addition to its work with the Boys & Girls Clubs, the Ninety Nine Restaurants' commitment to local communities is also exemplified in its work with The Pine Street Inn and public school systems across the Northeast.


We would like to thank Congresswoman Annie Kuster for making time to come and speak at a panel recently held here at the Club, during which officials and members of the Salem community discussed the opioid​ epidemic and how its effects have impacted the members and families that we serve. There was great dialogue and support from all who were in attendance. Communication and collaboration is a strong step in the right direction.
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Board Updates!
Thank you Erin Daley, for serving as our Chief Volunteer Officer this past year!
Welcome our new Chief Volunteer Officer, Jim Desjardins!
Welcome, new Board Members.
(from right to left)
Mark Gross, Leah Rogers, Lisa Walker
(From right to left)
Ryan Horgan; Second Vice President
Jim Desjardins; Chief Volunteer Officer
Frank Storniolo; Treasurer
Chris Nicoli; First Vice President
Kim Santo; Secretary (not pictured)


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