Press Releases
1/23/2017
Atlanta, GA
Kaplan and Boys & Girls Clubs of America Launch Campaign to Provide $125,000 in Test Prep Scholarships for Aspiring College and Graduate School Students
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.MORE»
12/27/2016
Atlanta, Ga
Boys & Girls Clubs of America Names New Chairman; Presents Annual Philanthropy Awards
UPS President Myron Gray named national board chair; Lowe’s, Ross Stores, and S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation recognized MORE»
12/12/2016
Atlanta, Ga
Boys & Girls Clubs of America Partners with Samsung Electronics America to Ignite Youth’s STEM Interest through the Climate Superstars Challenge
Partnership Empowers Youth to Protect the Environment; Samsung awards local Club $25,000 technology makeover MORE»
12/6/2016
Atlanta, Ga
Retailers Team Up to Support Boys & Girls Clubs of America During Holiday Season
Nineteen partners give back to nation’s leading advocate for youthMORE»
11/16/2016
Atlanta, Ga
Boys & Girls Clubs of America Announces New Marketing Leadership
Karl Kaiser named senior vice president, will lead marketing efforts for nation’s leading youth development organizationMORE»
11/1/2016
Atlanta, GA
Retailers Team Up to Support Boys & Girls Clubs of America During Holiday Season
Sixteen partners give back to nation’s leading advocate for youthMORE»
10/17/2016
Atlanta, GA
Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the UPS Foundation Steer Teens in the Right Direction for Safe Driving Habits
UPS Road Code Safe Driving Program Helps Teens Prepare for the Dangers Faced When Behind-the-WheelMORE»
9/28/2016
Washington, D.C.
Boys & Girls Clubs of America Names Jocelyn Woods National Youth of the Year
Boys & Girls Clubs of Silicon Valley youth awarded $145,000 in college scholarships, organization’s highest honor representing four million kids and teensMORE»
9/21/2016
Atlanta, GA
Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the University of Wisconsin-Madison to Provide Full Tuition Scholarships for Multicultural Arts Program
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.MORE»
9/19/2016
Atlanta, GA
Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the New York Life Foundation Extend Partnership with $3 Million Grant to Provide Grief & Bereavement Support for Kids and Teens
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.MORE»
9/14/2016
Waltham, Mass.
Corporation for National and Community Service and Boys & Girls Clubs of America partner with Google to help kids and teens learn to Code
Announcement made as part of White House Computer Science for All Summit; Code Corps program brings computer science to Club youth nationwideMORE»
9/13/2016
Atlanta, GA
Military Youth Arianna Skinner Receives Top Honor from Boys & Girls Clubs of America
JB MDL- Fort Dix Youth Program teen awarded $20,000 college scholarshipMORE»
9/13/2016
Waltham, Mass.
Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Raytheon Create STEM Centers of Innovation for Youth
New Centers in Colorado Springs, San Diego, San Antonio and Eglin AFB to Enhance Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Experience for Military Youth MORE»
9/9/2016
Philladelphia and Atlanta
Boys & Girls Clubs of America Prepares Youth for Back to School Season with 'Stuff the Bus' Challenge
Youth nationwide are heading back to school this month, and Boys & Girls Clubs of America is determined to help kids and teens start off the academic year equipped with the tools and resources they need to succeed. MORE»
9/8/2016
Washington, DC
Better Together Military Public Private Partnership to Ensure Military Families Have Access to Critical Programs & Services
Today, nearly a dozen government agencies, military-serving organizations, private sector corporations and foundations came together to form the ‘Better Together’ partnershipMORE»
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