BGCGH Welcomes a New Leader
BGCGH welcomes new President & CEO Kevin Hattery! Mr. Hattery brings nearly two decades of management experience in the nonprofit sector. He is responsible for ensuring that Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston meets its overall strategic and operational objectives.
BGCGH Crowns Its 2013 Youth of the Year
Congratulations to our 2013 Youth of the Year Poppie Joseph Simmons! As a member of the Galveston Club, Poppie has been an inspiration to his younger brothers and fellow Club members. We commend his leadership and service to his Club and community.more info
Doing Good for the Community
If you're looking for an opportunity to give back to your community, consider volunteering or mentoring a Club member. There are many ways to become involved and inspire a child to succeed!
Healthy Habits lead to Healthy Lives
More than half of Houston's youth ages 6 to 17 are overweight or obese. Clubs provide well-balanced meals, intramural sports leagues and recreational activities to keep members healthy and active.
Partnering to Create a Brighter Future
With a network of community partners such as the Houston Texans, Clubs are able to offer motivation and encouragement to help youth reach their full potential.more info
Our Mission: To inspire and enable all youth, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
NEWS & EVENTS
Great Futures Dinner
The Great Futures Dinner was held on Thursday, September 5, 2013 at the Hilton Post Oak. We thank all of our generous sponsors who supported this record-breaking event!
2013 Annual Fund
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston is looking for your support! Help us reach more youth in need by making a tax-deductible donation to the 2013 year-end Annual Fund. Your gift will enable us to continue our mission to serve our community's at-risk youth.
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WHAT KIDS ARE SAYING
"I like the Club because it is a
clean and safe place to be."
"Now that I am at the Boys & Girls Club, I get help with homework and my grades have improved from 80s to 90s."