Crime, Legal Related


Kids In danger Saved

aka Club Kids Inc.

Las Vegas, NV


Club Kids mission is to empower the kids with the knowledge, strength and determination to become a better person and citizen of the community. By educating them with the skills they need to succeed. Our goal is to keep them out of trouble off the streets out of gangs, and out of jail. by giving them an alternative to the dangerous streets, By offering them creative activities in a controlled environment and introducing them to new and different world through Arts, Sports, Recreation and Entertainment.

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Executive Director

Mr. Marcus Duke


Mrs Latoya Duke

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304 S. Jones Blvd #3124 None

Las Vegas, NV 89107 USA


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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Delinquency Prevention (I21)

Community Recreational Centers (N31)

Youth Community Service Clubs (O51)

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We can help as many as one thousand kids per month, stay safe from the dangerous streets, by keeping them occupied and out of trouble, with our programs like the recording studio, computer lab, and study center. The kids will not only learn but be entertained, we know that kids, just like the adults need to be entertained, we also feel there is a void in this city when it comes to entertaining kids, most of the venues in the city, like bowling lanes, movie theaters, arcades, clubs are closed down and the ones that are open are for profit, the kids cannot afford to attend.

We will make this a success, for the kids of Milwaukee. Our staff will be teens and adults from the community and other programs, we’ll be helping them become productive citizens in the community,

We have accomplished many goals and participated in many events, for years we have participated with the Juneteenth celebration, with the Northcott Neighborhood House and the Fourth of July Milwaukee County Parks celebration with Alderman Don Richard’s. Now We Praise, Annual Back to School Event, Day of Prayer. We also have had many holiday dances and picnic for the kids and family members. Throughout this year we have taken many area kids to numerous Milwaukee Brewers Game, Summerfest, African World Festival, State Fair, Mexican Festival, Universal Soul Circus, Wisconsin Badgers Games, Fishing, Museums, and many more events, all with the help of donated tickets and in-kind gifts from the participating businesses. Each of them with commitments to help us again in the coming years

We will get this done by soliciting professionals to contribute their services to the organization and by using some of the in-house skills that the kids will bring with them. With over one thousand kids per month we will be able to reach many kids with great hidden skills.

We have talked to many community organizations that are willing to collaborate with us on this project and are willing to lend support in the facility by offering there expertise. Organizations like Uptown Entertainment Inc., André Lee Ellis Incorporation, Sherman Park Community Assoc., Northcotte Neighborhood Assoc. And more.

We would like to open a safe place student center for kids of all ages, sex and race. This center would include a restaurant, club, computer lab, arcade, study center, studio, play center, day care, after school care, and more. This would be a place where they could hang out after school and on the weekends as an alternative to the dangerous streets. The center would offer the kids an environment that would keep them occupied out of trouble, secured, supervised, and safe With a focus on keeping the kids entertained, and active.

Over the years we have accomplish this goal by having events for the kids at various centers, gyms, halls, and parks, places like the Sherman Park Lutheran Church, Milwaukee County Parks, Pavilion, and Halls, events like holiday parties, dances, picnic, etc.… We also take the kids on field trips to sporting events like Milwaukee Brewers and Milwaukee Bucks and festivals like the State Fair, Summerfest, Italian Fiesta and more. We will like to open our own center, we have found that it is becoming increasingly difficult and limited by funds, for us to use others facilities.

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