Minnesota Boys & Girls Clubs

COVID-19 Information

Our commitment to keeping the young people we serve safe is always our number one priority. Following the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, it’s important that you know the Boys & Girls Clubs in Minnesota are doing everything possible to keep Club members, staff, volunteers, and families protected from its spread

Emergency Childcare

Many Clubs have provided free, emergency childcare since the beginning of the pandemic

Community Need

Many Clubs have pivoted to providing food and other necessities to families in need

Open for Kids

Most MN Clubs are now open, albeit with less capacity and increased health guidance in place


Decreases in funding, and increases in costs has created challenges for all Clubs in Minnesota

Minnesota Boys & Girls Clubs


Largest Out-of-school Program Provider in Minnesota


Paid, trained staff show kids they care about them everyday


Most youth pay little to nothing for daily programs, recreation and meals

Equity Gap

Academic and career resources help close the equity gap for kids who need us the most

Academic Success

Educational assistance, enrichment in literacy and STEAM help kids do better in school

Healthy Lifestyles

Kids live healthier with free meals, education on healthy life choices and resources to assist families

  • 2020 National Youth Outcomes

    Find out how Clubs have affected youth in the United States, through equitable programs, education and mentorship

  • Equity and Opportunity

    Great futures for America's youth has always been our rallying cry. We can and must demand change to resolve the inequities and injustices facing children and families.

  • Help Support Minnesota's Clubs

    Find out how to do Whatever It Takes to support the clubs: Advocate; Volunteer; Give


Take Action

Join our Catalyst for Change network to take action on issues impacting America’s youth

  • The Alliance

    Learn more about the Boys & Girls Clubs and the Minnesota Alliance

  • Impact

    Clubs in Minnesota serve kids in 30+ communities. Learn about the youth we serve and how we impact them

  • Advocacy

    Find out how you can advocate for the Boys & Girls Clubs in Minnesota and the 53,000+ youth we serve

Minnesota Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs

A 501(c)4 Non-Profit Subsidiary of Boys & Girls Clubs of America

690 Jackson Street, St. Paul MN 55130

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