Unilever partners with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to create access and opportunities for kids and teens to achieve great futures. From nutrition education to building youth self-esteem, Unilever’s brands are committed to helping Club kids reach their full potential.
The Dove Self-Esteem Project supports SMART Girls, a small-group health, fitness, education and self-esteem enhancement program designed to meet the developmental needs of girls. Through engaging workshops, activities and mentoring opportunities, SMART Girls explores both personal and societal attitudes and values as Club members build personal care skills and develop positive relationships with peers and adults.
The Dove Self-Esteem Project is the largest provider of body confidence and self-esteem education globally, reaching 82 million young people across the world to-date. Through partnerships like SMART Girls, they are on track to reach 250 million kids by 2030.
Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Knorr joined forces in 2021 to make nutritious food accessible to families across the country. Through a series of educational cooking classes and live demo experiences, and kitchen re-freshes, Knorr and Boys & Girls Clubs of America equip Club families with essential cooking skills and wellness education to help them thrive.
Knorr’s support of Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Healthy Habits program is helping to improve the health and well-being of children in our communities. The Healthy Habits program addresses the many ways an individual’s health behaviors are influenced by personal beliefs and exposure to positive modeling.
Being a girl these days has unique challenges when it comes to building self-confidence, maintaining a healthy self-esteem and expressing yourself. Club alumna and girl empowerment advocate Leonela T. shares what she’s learned from her experiences talking with girls from across the globe.
Dove and Boys & Girls Clubs of America team up to educate young people about having a positive relationship with social media.
Every day, 15 million kids leave school with no place to go.