GBB Go Beyond Barrington A 501.c3 Nonprofit Organization

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This year, Go Beyond Barrington is working with the Midwest Shelter for Homeless Veterans.

Every year, Go Beyond Barrington selects a different beneficiary to empower through the raising of awareness, volunteer projects, a monetary donation, and a spring break service trip spent volunteering with this charitable organization.

"Empowering Lives - One Community at a Time."

Inspiring Community

Throughout the year Go Beyond Barrington hosts multiple fundraisers inside the Barrington area ranging from strore fronts to carwashes and high school activity events and more! We bring our entire community under our cause and are able to do what we do because of their support.

We are always looking for volunteers, and anyone is welcome. Donations also significantly aid our journeys in improving the lives of others.

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Our Current Events

GBB Jamboree (2016)
Location: Citizen's Park
Organization: Barrington High School

GBB Jamboree is this fall's ultimate competition! Played just like a game of "assassin", jamboree is going to be full of food, entertainment, prizes, and fun! No need to know how to play, just pre register and come! We will explain rules on the day of. Sign up with your friends in teams of 4 and race to become the 2016 GBB Jamboree Champions, taking home a CASH PRIZE of $100! Using the google form on the events page;, pre register your team and pay the $5 membership fee per person at the event! Check out the stickers at school, tell your friends, and come ready to fight for the prize!

GBB Spring Break Trip (2015)
Location: Milwaukee
Organization: Pathfinders

From March 19 to March 23, we went up into the city of Milwaukee and helped Pathfinders, which is an organization that helps troubled youths in their area.

Go Beyond Games (2015)
Location: Barrington
Organization: BHS

We hosted an event at Barrington High School where students tested their strength and prowess against other students.