Press Releases
Atlanta, GA
Boys & Girls Clubs of America's Torch Clubs and ENERGY STAR® Team Up for ENERGY STAR Heroes: Be Your Own Amazing
For the fourth year in a row, Boys & Girls Clubs of America has partnered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR program to help Club members learn how to save energy and money, and help fight climate change as part of Team ENERGY STAR.MORE»
Atlanta, GA
Boys & Girls Clubs of America Releases White Paper on Advancing Underrepresented Youth in STEM during Out-of-School Time
White Paper Summarizes Key Insights from STEM Great Think Roundtable Discussion and Outlines BGCA's Position on Progressing STEM Education in Clubs Nationwide.MORE»
Orlando, FL
Olive Garden Never Ending Pasta Bowl Returns for 19th Year
Restaurant's Most Popular Promotion Invites Guests to Donate to Boys & Girls Clubs of America.MORE»
Florida Teen Named National Youth of the Year for Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Maryah Sullivan receives highest honor for Club members and more than $60,000 in scholarships.MORE»
Atlanta, GA
Boys & Girls Clubs of America Celebrates Childhood with Day for Kids Event
Gigantic Field Day in Atlanta Gets Adults to Act Like Kids in Support of Youth In Need with Help from Olympian Gail Devers and NFL Hall-of-Famer Chris Doleman.MORE»
Atlanta, GA
Boys & Girls Club Kids Get Healthy by Logging One Million Minutes in Motion During the Triple Play Mobile Tour
With more than 1,040,000 minutes logged, the Triple Play Mobile Tour surpassed its goal of one million minutes of physical activity. MORE»
Atlanta, GA
Boys & Girls Clubs of America Announces Back-to-School Cause Marketing Campaign
Top brands have joined this year’s campaign in support of the organization, which provides after-school programs that help kids achieve academic success.MORE»
Alexandria, VA
Boys & Girls Clubs of America and The National Guard Youth Foundation Partner to Provide Youth Empowerment Resources to Cadets and Graduates of the National Guard Youth ChalleNGe Program
Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the National Guard Youth Foundation announce a national partnership that will provide services to teens who are finding their way back to graduation. MORE»
Atlanta, GA
AT&T Contributes To Great Futures At Local Boys & Girls Clubs Through Dropout Prevention Program & Employee Mentors
With funding from AT&T, BGCA expanded its dropout prevention program BE GREAT: Graduate to increase high school success and readiness by adding a 9th grade cohort.MORE»
Atlanta, GA
Boys & Girls Clubs of America Sounds the Alarm for Kids in America
Historic Great Futures Campaign launch declares: "when school's out, Clubs are in."MORE»
Atlanta, GA
Boys & Girls Clubs of America Launches Great Futures Campaign to Address Crisis Facing Kids
Campaign “redefines the opportunity equation” by elevating role of out-of-school time.MORE»
Atlanta, GA
Boys & Girls Clubs of America Announces Digital Arts Festivals and ImageMakers National Photography Contest Winners
National winners will be named during a weeklong, once-in-a-lifetime recognition trip to Los Angeles. Their artwork will be on display at BGCA National Headquarters throughout the year and online at the Digital Arts Festivals Gallery and ImageMakers Gallery.MORE»
Atlanta, GA
Boys & Girls Clubs of America & Mattel Invite Consumers to "Share the Play"
Building on a successful multi-year partnership that has helped thousands of young people learn, grow and play, Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Mattel today announced a new toy and game donation program to provide children with greater access to play.MORE»
Los Angeles, CA
Boys & Girls Club Kids Around the Country Race to Log One Million Minutes of Jumping, Leaping and Playing to Stay Fit this Summer with Triple Play
In an effort get kids active this summer, Boys & Girls Clubs around the country will host stops for the Triple Play ‘Million Minutes in Motion’ mobile tour, with a goal of logging one million minutes of exercise with kids this summer. MORE»
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Atlanta, GA
Boys & Girls Club Teens Answer Parents' Cyber Safety Question for Internet Safety Month
“Cyber Safe Futures” with Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Sprint Educates Parents on Key Cyber Safety Topics.MORE»
46% of Club members are 6-10 years of age.