Myrtle Beach, SC - MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - The Boys and Girls Club of the Grand Strand is waiting to find out if they are going to get funding from the City of Myrtle Beach.
The city is looking to cut 13.5 percent of their budget for outside agencies, which includes groups like the Boys and Girls Club.
The group will have to look elsewhere for funding if their funding from the city is cut.
"We've really been hustling for about the past year in a half trying to get other areas of support," Executive Director Don Hall of the Grand Strand Boys and Girls Club said. "I'm sure I'm like many other non-profits."
The next city meeting will be held on June 22 where they will discuss these budget cuts.