The COVID-19 pandemic forced our team here at Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore to change a lot about the way we serve kids. One thing that didn't change was our commitment to doing whatever it takes to ensure great futures. For a look at the many ways we have supported our kids and communities this year, check out our Leading with Resilience impact report. 


While the ripple effects of this virus remain to be fully realized, we know far too many kids and families find their bright futures at risk. As we continue to respond to our communities' most pressing needs and build a bridge to normal Club operations, we call on passionate individuals like you, to restore hope for our young people.



Jeff Breslin

President & CEO

of members who attend Clubs regularly say they can stand up for what is right, even if their friends disagree.


Youth (ages 9-12) are 38 percent more likely to believe that school work is meaningful.


of Club teens expect to graduate from high school and 88% expect to complete some kind of postsecondary education.


Statistics according to Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) youth outcome data.
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