Changing Lives

There is no silver bullet to success. It takes an army of people, a safe environment, high-quality programs and unique experiences to level the playing field for all kids. Boys & Girls Clubs don't just do one thing, we do whatever it takes to build great futures for America's young people.

Today, Boys & Girls Clubs is the largest Native youth-serving agency in the nation, reaching about 90,000 Native youth in American Indian, Alaska Native, American Samoan, and Hawaiian tribal communities. With nearly 200 Clubs, Boys & Girls Clubs provide Native young people with a variety of culturally relevant, life-enhancing programs every year.

At Boys & Girls Clubs of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe, we're doing whatever it takes to keep kids safe and healthy during unprecedented times. 

Check out our safety page here.


of high school students are more likely to abstain from consuming alcohol.

According to BGCA youth outcome data


make mostly As or Bs

According to BGCA youth outcome data


are likely to become involved in their community

According to BGCA NYOI data



Club members participated in leadership and self-empowerment programs that are helping them thrive.

More than


kids and teens visit Camp Kiwanis each year – many experiencing outdoor adventures like hiking, kayaking, and archery for the first time.

More than


kids participated in Soccer for Success – an expanded partnership with the U.S. Soccer Foundation serving 20 Boys & Girls Clubs across the city.