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Boys & Girls Clubs continue to do whatever it takes to serve kids, families and communities, even as the pandemic continues to fluctuate.

As we look to a brighter tomorrow, we need advocates, donors and champions like you to join us.
Before, during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, Boys & Girls Clubs of America and local Clubs will do whatever it takes to support kids, families and communities – from meal assistance and opening doors to the children of essential workers, to mentorship programs and mental health services.
We are only now beginning to see the impact of the pandemic on our kids, with so much more to understand to support the future needs of youth. Ongoing disrupted learning, socialization and development continue to impact the kids and families we serve – and, as ever, challenges are disproportionate across rural areas and minority communities.
From addressing youth mental health concerns to supporting kids and teens in catching up academically, Boys & Girls Clubs have a critical role to in establishing new norms and creating access and opportunities for young people to thrive.
Now more than ever we need our advocates, donors and champions like you to join us. With your support, Boys & Girls Clubs continue to move forward, focused on the wellbeing and success of every young person.
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News & Stories

Boys & Girls Clubs of America Announces $281 Million Gift from MacKenzie Scott

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Meet the two young voices talking about the importance of civil rights and diversity, equity and inclusion at the 3rd Annual Foley & Lardner MLK Jr. Oratory Competition in Chicago, Ill.