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The Youth Chess Club is open to kids 18 and under. All skill levels are welcome. Teen Volunteers will provide instruction to those who are new to chess!

Junior Achievement of the Heartland brings community education to students and youth on the topics of personal finance, entrepreneurship, the global economy and workforce readiness.

Academy Award winner and Boys & Girls Club of America Alum Denzel Washington announced the Club’s National Youth of the Year winner, Whitney Stewart at the 68th annual gala held in Washin…

BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji Parks and Recreation Department and BSU are working together this summer to provide a summer youth climbing club.

Executive Director of LifeWorks Susan McDowell and Executive Director of Echo Ann Howard talk about a campaign to end homelessness.

The new La Crosse YMCA Community Teen Center, replacing the previous center in the 104-year-old converted house next door, is rolling out its new and expanded services to youths.

Our youth advocacy programs give young people opportunities to use their first-hand experiences of these systems to advocate for change.

This video is about expanding the Ryse youth center's logic model and structure in the form of building youth centers in communities from all walks of life.

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(Grade 2 & Up)

The Future Belongs to our Children. Let's help them make it great
The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs are celebrating 80 years of serving the youth of Winston-Salem! However, reductions in traditional sources of funding have made the future of The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club of Greater Winston-Salem unclear. We need you to ensure the mission of the clubs to enable ALL young people reach their full potential will continue.
You can show your support for the children in our…

Wednesday, January 22, 2014, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm, Basque Cultural Center, 599 Railroad Avenue at Magnolia Avenue, South San Francisco.
Contact Robert Armbrust about sponsorship opportunities, or if you would like to donate in-kind items for the event (650-589-7090 x11 or rarmbrust@theclubs.org)

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -- Last weekend hundreds of boosters of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City got together for Kids Night Out, a gala fundraiser featuring country music superstar Keith Urban. It raised a record $1.3 million
The crowd also got to witness the debut of this year's public face of the local clubs -- a dynamic young leader who will represent the clubs as their top member until next spring. Meet Youth of the Year Courtney Calhoun -- this week's…

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Next week, a group of exceptional young leaders and go-getters will gather in Jefferson City -- each on a potential course that could take them to the White House to receive personal praise from President Obama. They'll be vying for Missouri Youth of the Year honors in the Boys and Girls Clubs and hoping to move on to regional and national competition. This week's Fox 4 Young Achiever is one of them.

Empowering young people with disabilities to reach their full potential.

ROC the Day is a 24-hour, online event that gives people in our community an opportunity to support all of the not-for-profit organizations doing great work in the nine-county Greater Rochester area. People will visit ROCtheDay.org, a secure online giving platform, to make a gift. All ROC the Day gifts will help local people and organizations.

by: James Higa, Executive Director
I met recently with Bob Garrett, board member at Larkin Street Youth Services , to discuss the growing trends in Bay Area philanthropy and how we can reach and touch the millennial generation of people who aspire to change our world. Bob is a recently retired banking industry executive who ran Union Bank’s Northern California Foundation grantmaking committee for five years…

Between 20 and 40 percent of homeless youth in America identify within the LGBTQ spectrum, according to the Williams Institute. This is comparatively higher than the population of LGBTQ youth in America, which makes up less than 10 percent. There are 15,000 reported homeless youth in Chicago, 3,000 of which identify as LGBTQ, according toMore