Boys & Girls Clubs serve a multitude of Native American tribes around the country. Learn about the differences in Clubs on Native American lands through Dan Lewis, former chairman for BGCA's Native American National Advisory Committee (NANAC), or Ralph Atcity, former assistant executive director for a Club in Shiprock, N.M. A member of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe in Washington and former tackle for the Minnesota Vikings, listen to Levi Horn as he urges all people -- no matter their ethnicity or heritage -- to support their local Boys & Girls Clubs, especially those on Native American lands. Great Futures Start Here!
Boys & Girls Clubs of America is proud to have served Native youth, their families and their communities since 1992. That year, the first independent Club on Native land was chartered in Pine Ridge, S.D.
Over the course of this vibrant partnership, BGCA has become the largest nonprofit service provider for young people in Indian Country. And our impact continues to grow.
The scope of our partnership:
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