“Boys & Girls Clubs are committed to meeting the needs of kids and teens in their communities at all times, and especially in moments of crisis.”
- Jim Clark, President and CEO
Clubs provide needed disaster relief to communities, but they need your help
Even as families around the nation continue to recover from three of the strongest storms in history -- Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria – wildfires in California have wreaked havoc on Boys & Girls Clubs, their staffs, and the families they serve. Clubs are repairing facilities and responding to increased needs across the southern U.S., in Puerto Rico, and now in California.
Boys & Girls Clubs provide much-needed resources in the form of programs, activities and supplies for 4 million young people per year – including hundreds of youth and their families who have been impacted by natural disasters in the last few months. In many cases, Clubs have extended hours for kids who need a safe place to go and conducted outreach to families in shelters and hard-hit areas.
Boys & Girls Clubs of America is dedicated to providing our local Clubs with resources, including volunteer service, supplies and financial contributions. Help support Clubs by giving to our relief fund, where 100 percent of the funds go directly to Clubs in the areas affected by these tragic natural disasters.