We are humbled and honored to recognize, as our inaugural corporate partner of the month, the Denver Broncos Football Club. As the Broncos vie for the title at this year’s Super Bowl, they can rest assured knowing that they’ve already won the title of our #1 corporate supporter here in Denver. Continue reading
THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS BOWL IS BACK! The Denver Broncos are heading to the Super Bowl and so once again, we’re bringing back the Boys & Girls Clubs Bowl. Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver and Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Charlotte are going head-to-head in a fundraising challenge to see which community of supporters is the ultimate in helping kids succeed! Continue reading
Job growth in the area of computer science is expected to grow significantly in the next 5-10 years, yet very few youth are learning the basics of coding during the school day. Even when computer science is offered, many students are not taking advantage of those opportunities. Continue reading
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver is pleased to announce the launch of the eighth annual Dream House Raffle. A limited number of tickets will be sold, offering participants a chance to win the Grand Prize of the Denver Dream House or $2 million in cash. An additional 2,750 prizes will be given away throughout the raffle period (January 18 through April 22, 2016). The odds of winning a prize are 1 in 20. Continue reading
Many of us make New Year’s resolutions to improve our health and wellness. At Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, we strive to turn these resolutions into an ongoing health revolution for our Club members. Our programs give kids guidance and the motivation necessary to make positive choices and lead healthy lifestyles all year long.
Recently, Club members have gotten the opportunity to partake in an array of interactive health initiatives. Here are a few highlights:
Since 2010, Boys & Girls Clubs of America has proudly partnered with Macy’s to make a difference in our local communities.
During the holiday season, Macy’s raises over $1 million to support BGCA and local affiliates like Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver through their popular “Thanks for Sharing” campaign. Macy’s shoppers can enroll in the “Thanks for Sharing” program and receive discounts on their purchases, with a portion of each enrollment fee supporting Boys & Girls Clubs education programs. Continue reading
Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock reflects on the impact that Boys & Girls Clubs has had on his life and shares the City of Denver’s goals for the youth in our community.
Describe your involvement with Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver.
I grew up going to the local Boys & Girls Club in northeast Denver along with my sisters and brothers and many friends. This organization has been an invaluable partner to the city and families of Denver for decades. Today, they play an integral role in partnership with my administration to form and implement the Denver Afterschool Alliance. As one of Denver’s organizational leaders in data collection and work around providing high-quality afterschool programming, they have been and continue to be a go-to partner when it comes to closing opportunity gaps in Denver’s neighborhoods in need. Continue reading
Denver teens are getting hands-on money management experience that will help them learn how to attain financial independence and well-being as adults. Youth from Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver will participate in Money Matters: Make it CountSM, which is a national program co-sponsored by Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Charles Schwab Foundation that prepares teens for a strong financial future by teaching them critical money management concepts.