Boys & Girls Club of Placer County

Great Futures Start Here.

Auburn, CA   |  http://www.bgcplacercounty.org

Mission

To inspire and empower all young people who pass through our doors to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.

Ruling year info

1994

Chief Executive Officer

Randy Tooker

Main address

679 Lincoln Way

Auburn, CA 95603 USA

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EIN

68-0321820

NTEE code info

Boys and Girls Clubs (Combined) (O23)

Youth Development Programs (O50)

Youth Development Programs (O50)

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Programs and results

What we aim to solve

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

Many Placer County kids ages 6-18 are left unsupervised after school and during school breaks. When alone and unprotected, kids are most likely to get into trouble, make poor choices, find themselves in unsafe situations or around unsafe persons. Left alone over time, kids don't receive the support and encouragement they need from a safe environment where they can learn to make healthy choices, focus on school work and build character and leadership skills that will last a lifetime.
Parents want the best for their kids, but many are without a means to provide the support they need after school and during school breaks. When school is out, many parents have to choose between declining income-generating work shifts, finding childcare or foregoing opportunities that could benefit their family's future to support the current needs of their children. Single parent households, active military families and those experiencing tough times have the most room to benefit.

Our programs

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

BGCA clubs serve school-age youth through a variety of programs including homework assistance, technology centers, teen centers, career exploration, job assistance, sports and recreation, art classes and leadership development. In addition to program development, Boys & Girls Clubs of America provides programmatic and executive training for Club professionals nationwide.

Population(s) Served

Club Programs enable youth to become proficient in basic educational disciplines, set goals, explore careers, prepare for employment, and embrace technology to achieve success in a career.

Population(s) Served

Club Programs empower members to support and influence their Club and community, sustain meaningful relationships with others, develop a positive self-image and good character, participate in the democratic process and respect their own and others’ cultural identities.

Population(s) Served

Club Programs develop young people’s capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well-being, set personal goals and live successfully as self-sufficient adults.

Population(s) Served

Club Programs help develop fitness, a positive use of leisure time, reduction of stress, appreciation for the environment and social and interpersonal skills.

Population(s) Served

Club Programs enable youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts, crafts, performing arts and creative writing.

Population(s) Served

Where we work

Goals & Strategy

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

Learn about the organization's key goals, strategies, capabilities, and progress.

Charting impact

Four powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

Parents need a solution – one that keeps their child safe and out of harm's way. But they need more than that. Parents need a resource to ensure that their child is given every opportunity to thrive in a safe environment. Children in an environment with consistent support and encouragement are able to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
A successful solution requires children be engaged in programs that promote youth development – instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence in all they do. Their developmental needs require age-appropriate activities that foster academic success, provide expressive outlets and help them develop strong, healthy bodies.
Examples of healthy participant outcomes include growth in the following areas:
 Education & Career Development
 Character & Leadership
 Health & Life Skills
 Sports, Fitness & Recreation
 The Arts
That's where the Boys & Girls Club comes in.

An outcome-based youth development strategy ensures every child receives the support and encouragement they need to make healthy choices (and even mistakes), to focus on required school work and to build character and life skills in a place that feels like a second home. To carry out this strategy requires a number of coordinated efforts – a dedicated youth facility, proven outcome-based programs, highly trained staff and caring volunteers who take an interest in every child.
With such a resource, parents are able to take an extra shift at work, run valuable errands, or say yes to a career opportunity that may improve the quality of life for their family. Parents receive the confidence that their child is experiencing the care and attention they need to successfully complete their homework assignments, enjoy a healthy snack and be engaged with other kids in programs and activities that develop their full potential.

To see this vision become a reality, the Club has developed the Formula for Impact, a research-based theory of change that describes how Clubs increase impact in the communities they serve. It's a roadmap to ensure that members have a life-changing Club experience and leave the Club knowing they will have a great future.
Some examples of how the Club articulates this follow.
 The Club integrates high-yield activities designed to provide youth with experiences that are hands-on, outcome-driven, interactive and intentionally develop members' knowledge or skills. For example, members gain new skills or reinforce skills learned in school; experience new ways to apply knowledge already gained; engage in creative expressions; test their own solutions to real-world issues; and/or work in groups to achieve a goal.

 The Club offers a range of targeted programs – those that are intentionally designed and chosen to help members achieve priority outcomes. Effective targeted programs are planned; are designed to achieve stated goals and objectives; are conducted for a specific audience; are conducted over a specific period of time; use specific delivery methods; and measure and evaluate the extent to which participants achieve goals and objectives.

 The Club has intentional practices designed to attract and retain members of all ages; increase average daily attendance and the number of times per year each member attends; increase member tenure; and operate at facility and regulatory capacity.

For over 20 years, the Boys & Girls Club of Placer County has offered critical services to children ages 6-18 in our community, with a wide range of outcome-based programs helping them to become productive, self-sufficient individuals. We are committed to the youth development strategy of instilling in our members a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and the power of influence to make positive choices and give back to the community.
Every day, hundreds of kids pass through the doors of our three Club sites and our numbers continue to grow. We do our best to support and resource Club staff with great program offerings to ensure our motto remains Great Futures Start Here. The Club exists with the mission “to inspire and empower all young people who pass through our doors to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens."
The biggest priority for the Club now is reaching the unreached in Placer County - the county we proudly serve. Kids in many areas of Western Placer County are without a resource like the Club and in need of a safe, fun place to learn and grow. Will you help us see their needs met?

Financials

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The people, governance practices, and partners that make the organization tick.

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Boys & Girls Club of Placer County

Board of directors
as of 11/06/2017
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
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