Buffalo Wild Wings has teamed up with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to give kids an opportunity to play team sports.
Buffalo Wild Wings is committed to supporting the development and growth of ALL STARS team sports programs – including flag football, basketball, soccer, and volleyball– for youth around the country. These teams are designed to build character and teach young people skills that help them succeed on and off the field. Buffalo Wild Wings’ charitable giving centers on the vision: There is a champion in every child. We are committed to helping build communities where all kids can thrive, compete, and belong to a team.
In 2022, we celebrate the 10th year of our partnership. By the end of 2022, Buffalo Wild Wings and their guests will have will raised and donated more than $27 million since the partnership began in 2013. Buffalo Wild Wings' guests can join their mission through donations from the purchase of sauce and seasoning bottles, and fundraising events in restaurants across the country.
Participation in team sports programs has a deep impact on youth, promoting a positive self-image, encouraging healthy, active lifestyles, and building strong character. Kids and teens experience the joy of belonging to a team while learning sportsmanship, teamwork, and valuable social skills.
MyFuture provides members with a safe, fun digital platform to showcase their work and earn recognition in the form of stars, badges and master badges. It’s a space where kids can interact with each other – free from the prospect of cyberbullying – and share their accomplishments locally and nationally. It’s a great way to experience BGCA’s digital programming, make friends and build a positive self-image through online achievement.
Buffalo Wild Wings, founded in 1982, is the largest sports bar brand in the United States. Globally, there are more than 1,200 restaurants in 10 countries. Buffalo Wild Wings is part of the Inspire Brands family of restaurants. For more information, visit BuffaloWildWings.com and InspireBrands.com.
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