Boys & Girls Clubs…
Are staffed by full and part-time paid professionals. Each of our Clubs are directed by trained youth development professionals who are mentors and role models to our members.
Are open when kids need them most. Ours Clubs are open after school and during the summer. We offer a safe, positive, and productive place for kids.
Are open, accessible and affordable to all. Children between the ages of 6-18 can become a member. We do not discriminate based on gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or income.
Our Clubs offer proven programs that help our youth achieve academic excellence, healthy lifestyles, and good character & citizenship.
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Deepening the Impact
2015 Impact Report
Youth Development Programs
Youth Development Program Overview
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