Every day, 11.3 million kids and teens leave school with no place to go.
97% of Club teens expect to graduate from high school and 80% had submitted an application to a post-secondary education.According to BGCA youth outcome data
75% of regularly attending members said they volunteered in their community, Club, school or neighborhood at least once in the past year.According to BGCA youth outcome data
89% of Club youth said they can stand up for what is right; 91% of Club youth reported that as a leader, they make sure everyone feels important.According to BGCA youth outcome data
The 17-year-old has earned her student pilot’s license before her driver’s license.
Almost every former Club kid can name a staff member who they consider to be a mentor. For thousands of young people from Manatee County, Florida, that person is Willie Cooper. Follow Willie’s 40-year journey through Boys & Girls Clubs, leading positive change every step of the way.
Kindness is cool — especially at school! Here are seven random acts of kindness kids can do to help create a more compassionate and conscientious community.