National Boys & Girls Club Week

National Boys & Girls Club week is June 21-25 and we are celebrating the resilience of Boys & Girls Clubs and kids. As part of the week, Boys & Girls Clubs across America and on U.S. military installations worldwide will host weeklong celebrations featuring the many ways Clubs are doing whatever it takes to help youth stay on track as the nation begins to recover from the COVID-19 crisis. Many of the week’s celebrations will focus on our ability to provide safe places, academic support, workforce readiness, and health and wellness programs.

Youth Advocacy Priorities

Boys & Girls Clubs are helping kids stay on track

Our skilled staff help kids dream big and realize their full potential. Whether they have aspirations of becoming an all-star athlete or an astronaut, Boys & Girls Clubs are doing Whatever It Takes to Build Great Futures. Learn more about our education programs.

Whatever it Takes to mentor tomorrow’s leaders

Ensuring young people are prepared to enter the workforce is one of Boys & Girls Clubs top priorities. During Boys & Girls Clubs Week, many of our Clubs will be hosting career fairs, mock interviews, and resume writing workshops. Learn more about our workforce readiness program.

Whatever it Takes to support health and wellness

Our world is complicated. From the pandemic to racial inequality, our young people are experiencing anxiety and stress that could affect their mental health. Our staff is available to mentor and encourage positive behaviors and nurture their well-being. Learn more about our health and wellness program.

#WhateverItTakes #BGCWeek

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Boys & Girls Clubs help millions of kids and teens develop essential skills, make lasting connections and have fun.  Club members experience:

  • A safe place to learn, play and grow
  • Supportive relationships with caring mentors
  • Enriching programs, experiences and activities