BGCA’s Susan Ciavolino is back to share how one Club is making an impact on literacy in their community, and one little initiative to consider. “Take a look, it’s in a book…a reading rainbow!” Makes me smile to think of all the Reading Rainbow shows my family watched. Reading books together inspired so many adventures […]
The Boys & Girls Clubs of South Alabama received 3,000 “My Artist” boxes from Kids Art Box as part of their art program serving children in 12 locations. Kids Art Box is a family-owned business that uses the Montessori method to teach children ages 3-12 how to create art. The Boys & Girls Club received […]
We have put together some back to school tips for parents and students to have a great start to the new school year. Everything from backpack safety to mental health tips, the Boys & Girls Clubs of South Alabama collected some great pointers for you along with our partners.
It’s official. We are now the Foley Boys & Girls Club! Thank you to everyone who was able to make it out to our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony! Special thanks to South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce for helping us make our grand opening a special one! We are excited to help the youth in Foley grow […]
Congratulations to Lauryn (15) a member of our Bernard Malkove Branch on winning first place in the Michael Phelps Foundation art contest. The Michael Phelps Foundation works to promote healthy, active lives, especially for children, primarily by expanding the opportunities for participation in the sport of swimming. The annual Art Contest for Boys & Girls Club Members […]
Learn how BGCSA has responded to COVID-19 from Board Chair, Todd Denison. To support our efforts visit: www.bgcsouthal.org/covid
Welcome Dr. Monica Motley as the newest member of our Board of Directors. Dr. Motley is currently the Coordinator of Transformational Improvement/Director of Guidance & Counseling at Mobile County Public Schools. She has been a long time volunteer at the Optimist Branch leading our NSBE Jr. STEM programming. We are excited to have her […]
“Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference.” -Kathy Calvin We would like to thank Alabama Power for making a difference in the lives of our youth. Thank you for supporting great futures. You too can make a difference by visiting bgcsouthal.org/donate
ATTENTION PARENTS: Comcast and the State of Alabama have partnered to provide internet access to K-12 students! Using $100 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding, the program will provide free or discounted internet access for eligible K-12 students who are enrolled in the National School Lunch Program. If a student […]
Employee Spotlight Join us in welcoming our new Manager Of Donor Relations, Alycia Young! She has committed to doing #WhateverItTakes to create opportunities for our youth!