Great Futures Start Here!
The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley has been a cornerstone of the community since opening our doors in 1998. Serving over 13,000 youth a year, we provide them with the opportunity to:
- feel and be safe,
- know someone cares,
- be challenged by interesting, life-enhancing activities.
March 27Goldfish, Disney characters, balloon art, pies in the face and pinatas - that's how Columbus Club members celebrate!
March 27Celebrating National BGC Week continues with a mustache party at Foster Elementary!
March 27Winner of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley's "Blue Door Contest" is the Club of Little Chute Elementary School. Their map to #GreatFutures, a graduation treasure chest at the end of the Boys & Girls Club journey, includes awesome friends, fun clubs, great staff, homework help, a safe place to be after school, and a place to learn how to be one's best self. Congratulations!
March 27"Building a Great Future" is the theme of the Boys & Girls Club of Badger Elementary Blue Door Contest. Kindness, caring and sportsmanship are illustrated along with member's responses to the question, "What do you need to have a great future?"
March 26The SMART Girls group at the Boys & Girls Club of Columbus Elementary School soar with hope for the future, dreams of possibilities and opportunities to reach their goals. Inspiration for their Blue Door design came from Dr. Seuss' "Oh, The Places You'll Go!" and the movie "UP". That's smart thinking, girls!
March 26#GreatFutures are bright at the Boys & Girls Club of Foster Elementary School! Club members from Kindergarten to 6th grade made hand print cut-outs telling why the Club helps make their futures bright. Kudos to Foster's Torch Club members (a leadership Club) for the door's design.
March 26Second Place in our National Boys & Girls Club Week Blue Door Contest goes to the Club of Wilson Middle School. Doctor Who fans will instantly recognize the TARDIS, the Doctor's time machine and spacecraft, that enables infinite possibilities within. Wilson Club members believe that the Club's academic support, character development and focus on healthy choices gives them tools to go anywhere they want in life. So it could be said that the Club is a TARDIS, just open the door and begin your adventure!
March 25The Boys & Girls Club of Roosevelt enables Club members to walk through the Club door and find helping hands to a better future. #GreatFutures do start at the Club and are possible despite the pain and struggles some of these Club members have experienced in their lives.
March 25The Boys & Girls Club of Appleton in the Blue Door Contest emphasize the "Three B's" of the Club's Good Character and Citizenship programs. "Be Safe. Be Respectful. Be Responsible." Club members wrote how they show respect with their thoughts, words, and choices and how to show responsibility through using their hands and by other actions. Walking feet show how to stay safe.
March 25To celebrate National Boys & Girls Club Week each of our Boys & Girls Clubs participated in a "Blue Door Contest." Here we feature Third Place Winner, the Club of Highlands Elementary School. "BE GREAT" is brought to life through a collage of Club member photos. Club members signed the back of the door in different colors to indicate their high school graduation year.