Five Denver Girls Who Are Building a Better World

Five Denver Girls Who Are Building a Better World

March is Women’s History Month. As those of us at Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver reflect on more than 30 years of serving girls, we wanted to highlight a few of our female Club members who, even at at young age, are doing amazing work in our communities...
Giving shoes… and hope

Giving shoes… and hope

At the Boys & Girls Club, Jayden learned the importance of helping others. After graduating amidst the pandemic, he set out to help Denver’s most vulnerable citizens. Jayden has donated hundreds of shoes to people experiencing homelessness, and he was...
Club teens help homeless, honor Martin Luther King, Jr.

Club teens help homeless, honor Martin Luther King, Jr.

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Denver Broncos Boys & Girls Club staff and teens distributed care packages to people experiencing homelessness in our community. Inside the Club, members of all ages helped put together bags filled with essential supplies like masks,...
Zoe discovers bright future with technology

Zoe discovers bright future with technology

Whether in a robotics competition or a game of soccer, 13-year-old Zoe gives it her all. A member of the Boys & Girls Club for six years, Zoe has played multiple sports, led her Club in technology competitions and even won a citywide Battle of the Bots with her...
Micah’s Story

Micah’s Story

<< Create Connections   Micah’s Story When Micah joined the Club more than five years ago, he struggled with self-confidence. He has a hearing impairment and was often reserved and shy. But Micah quickly learned that the Club is a safe, inclusive...
Lorena’s Story

Lorena’s Story

<< Create Connections Lorena’s Story Lorena’s bright spirit is a beacon of light at her Club. A leader and a friend to all, she is always surrounded by fellow Club members or offering to help around the Club. But when Lorena joined the Club a year and a...