The Associate Board of Boys Hope Girls Hope will be hosting their third annual “Down + Derby in CLE” Kentucky Derby viewing party at Nano Brew on May 6th from 4:30-8:00pm and you're invited!  

Guests of Down + Derby in CLE are invited to wear derby attire, including the highly traditional Derby Hat, and join us for appetizers, games and raffle fun (The approximate post time for the 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby will be 6:34 PM.)   Nano Brew, sister to Market Garden Brewery, has partnered with the Associate Board again this year as a valued supporter. Both Nano Brew & MGB are conveniently located in Ohio City and offer a wide selection of fresh food, hand crafted by talented chefs, along with a wide array of beverages to choose from.

“The Down + Derby in CLE event is a terrific opportunity to enjoy the “Run for the Roses” while raising critical support for Boys Hope Girls Hope.  We are extremely proud of our Associate Board and grateful for their efforts to bring awareness to our mission of our creating hope and opportunity for some of Northeast Ohio’s most promising children-in-need.  This committed group of young professionals not only represent a “who’s who” of rising stars in Northeast Ohio, they embody the qualities we hope to instill in the young people we serve. We are grateful to the Associate Board for organizing this event and hope to see you on May 6.”  – Tim Grady, Executive Director, Boys Hope Girls Hope

Individual tickets are $30 in advance/$35 at the door and include two drinks and light appetizers. Tickets may be purchased online at To learn more about Down + Derby, or additional events hosted by Boys Hope Girls Hope, please contact Tim Grady at or 216-441-3980 x115.

About Boys Hope Girls Hope

Boys Hope Girls Hope helps academically capable and motivated children-in-need to meet their full potential and become men and women for others by providing value-centered, family-like homes, opportunities and education through college.  In 2016, Boys Hope Girls Hope will provide thousands of opportunities and hope to 134 Scholars in grades six through college. Learn more about our mission at