By donating a one-time gift to the Club you are investing in children from your community. Over the past five years, we have served over 1,500 children – providing tutoring, meals, adult role models, and safe, fun activities.
By donating a recurring gift to the Club you can help with ongoing efforts long-term. Your monthly gift will help us to continue to build programs and provide support to the youth of our community.
Whether you want to work directly with our youth through teaching or serve in our office or with building maintenance, we have an opportunity for you to make a substantial impact!
Our annual Boots & Blue event includes live music, silent and live auction, and a barbecue dinner. It’s our favorite event of the year! You can donate items for our silent and live auction or become a sponsor and 100% of proceeds will benefit our youth!
WHY THE YOUTH OF OUR COMMUNITY NEED THE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
In the Ontario School District, the high school dropout rate is currently near 30% for Latino students. This crisis is not just a school, youth or parent issue - it's a community and societal issue.
By 12th grade, Club members’ rate of abstention from alcohol use is 26 percentage points higher than that of their peers nationally.
Higher percentages of Club girls and boys report being physically active every day than their counterparts nationally.
Over half of members say they persist and learn from mistakes when faced with difficulty.
Club high school age members who stay connected to the Club as they get older are better able to resist engaging in health-risk behaviors than their counterparts nationally.
50% of regularly attending teen members volunteered in the community at least once per month.
The Western Treasure Valley Boys & Girls Clubs provide a safe, affordable place for children and teens during critical out-of-school time.
MEMBERSHIP IN THE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB MAKES AN IMPACT!
Read stories about other youth in our community who have benefited from membership in the Boys and Girls Club of the Western Treasure Valley and made a positive impact in their own lives and in the local community.