Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Press Releases

Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Press Releases

The Latest News from BGCA

UPS Road Code Safe Driving Program Helps Teens Prepare for the Dangers Faced When Behind-the-Wheel

Boys & Girls Clubs of Silicon Valley youth awarded $145,000 in college scholarships, organization’s highest honor representing four million kids and teens

Sixteen partners give back to nation’s leading advocate for youth

Two full-tuition scholarships for graduating high school seniors to be provided annually to eligible Boys & Girls Club members for the next three years; Renewable up to four years.

JB MDL- Fort Dix Youth Program teen awarded $20,000 college scholarship

Comcast kicks off the effort in Philadelphia with local school supplies drive

Enabling Club staff to recognize the signs of a grieving child or teen and equip them with the skills to support the emotional needs of youth facing adversity.

New Centers in Colorado Springs, San Diego, San Antonio and Eglin AFB to Enhance Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Experience for Military Youth

Karl Kaiser named senior vice president, will lead marketing efforts for nation's leading youth development organization

Announcement made as part of White House Computer Science for All Summit; Code Corps program brings computer science to Club youth nationwide

Pioneer effort aims to connect and support 250,000 military families living off-installation over next five years

Partnership Empowers Youth to Protect the Environment; Samsung awards local Club $25,000 technology makeover

Nineteen partners give back to nation’s leading advocate for youth

Conference to Support Teen Leadership, Social Action and Community Service to feature Grammy and Oscar winner Common; Kicks off with Chicago teen center renovation

The “Practice with a Purpose” campaign will award Boys & Girls Clubs of America with a Kaplan test prep course for every 1,000 free test prep tools.

Clubs who serve military youth worldwide to wear purple on April 13th to show support for military-connected youth

UPS President Myron Gray named national board chair; Lowe’s, Ross Stores, and S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation recognized