Summer reading strides

Club member learningDuring the summer, an estimated 43 million children in the U.S. miss out on expanded learning opportunities that could prevent them from falling behind before the next school year begins. More than half of the achievement gap between lower- and higher-income youth can be explained by unequal access to summer learning opportunities.

Boy & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver offers several stimulating reading programs to keep kids – and their minds – engaged and active throughout the summer months and helps them continue to make positive academic strides.
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Career Exploration

Club members now have the unique opportunity to explore careers and fields of study through Boys & Girls Club’s newly launched Pathways to Success program. Participating youth get the opportunity to learn from real industry experts and build an applicable skill set for potential future careers.

Thanks to some great business partners, Club members recently explored a wide range of career fields including natural resources, environmental stewardship and the restaurant industry. Continue reading

$70,000 grant from the Dresner Foundation will fund performing arts programs at three Clubs

Performing ArtsBoys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver is pleased to announce it has received a $70,546 grant from the Dresner Foundation. These funds will support program costs for a performing arts program at three Boys & Girls Clubs locations in the metro Denver area. Continue reading

Red Nose Day

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Put on your Red Noses and help us pull out all the stops to raise money for kids who need us most.  

Red Nose Day is a special day to come together, have fun and make a difference for kids. Red Nose Day is on a mission to lift kids out of poverty by fun-raising for several charities including Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Join us on May 26th and get seriously silly to raise money and change the lives of kids who need us most. Continue reading

BGCMD receives $10,000 grant from Bank of America

Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver is pleased to announce that we have received a $10,000 grant from Bank of America.This grant will fund workforce development and educational programs at our Clubs. 

Education can be a barrier to overcome when entering the work force. In fact, about 6 million young people age 16-24 are out of school and out of work. Thanks to Bank of America, we are excited for the opportunity to even the playing field by connecting people to the resources they need to secure a better financial future.