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Who We Serve

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County serve the most vulnerable youth in our community. In fact, one-in-seven children who live in poverty in Ada County rely on us to stay safe, fed, and supervised.

We serve 4,600 kids, ages 6-18, annually. We provide them with a wide range of youth development programs that emphasize: academic success, healthy lifestyles, and good character and citizenship.

  • Qualify for the federal free/reduced lunch program 82% 82%
  • Come from homes with less than $22,000/year annual income 60% 60%
  • Single-parent households 52% 52%
  • Unable to afford the $25/year membership fee 25% 25%

How to help

These are just a few ways you can get involved to help support kids and your community!

We sincerely appreciate all donations, in-kind or monetary, that help us support kids. In-kind(item or service) donations help us focus our resources where they are needed, and all monetary donations are always thoughtfully allocated to where they are needed most.

Click here to view our Club’s in-kind wish lists

Click here to donate

Successful organizations recognize the importance of volunteers. At the Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County, we value your willingness to help us help kids! We have volunteer opportunities at all of our locations, on our board, at our events, and community service projects.

Click here to learn more

By making an investment in the Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County, you are supporting the life-changing programs and guidance that makes our Clubs successful. Working together, we can reach the next generation of Ada County youth who will transform themselves and their community for the better. 
From giving monthly, to donating a car, to leaving us in your will, there are many creative ways to help support kids and your community!








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