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Annually, it costs Georgians $148,767 to incarcerate one youth. Teen childbirths costs Georgians $91,142 annually. A high school drop-out cost Georgian $292,000.
Since 2009, NO regularly participating Boys & Girls Club member has entered the juvenile justice system.
NO regularly participating Boys & Girls Club member has become a parent. EVERY regularly participating high school senior has graduated on time, with a plan for the future.
An $1,800 investment sends a child to Boys & Girls Clubs for one year and saves Georgians $530,109!
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR! Kim Evans, CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of the CSRA is one of just 60 senior leaders from the Boys & Girls Club Movement who have been selected to participate in a new year-long leadership development program called the Leadership Summit. The program will begin in May 2017 and include a collaborative educational experience designed by Harvard Business School Executive Education and Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA).
To drive transformational impact nationally and on a local level, BGCA teamed up with the preeminent leadership development institution in the world, Harvard Business School. Together, the organizations established a leadership development experience designed to supercharge the capabilities of local CEOs, raise the organization’s collective leadership abilities and solve the most pressing challenges facing Clubs.
“I am honored to have been chosen as an inaugural participant in the BGCA Leadership Summit Program, and to have an opportunity to join my colleagues at Harvard Business School,” said Mrs. Evans, CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of the CSRA. “This is a rare opportunity to learn from an establishment with such a legacy of prestige and success, alongside other leaders with a shared mission, and to use what I have learned to deepen my impact locally and nationally.”
The extremely selective program is designed for high performing Boys & Girls Club organizations. Participants will undergo an intense experience designed to solve organization-wide challenges and to help each local organization reach its unique goals. After the session, the group will work together to implement strategies discussed.
The Harvard Business School component will take place on its campus in June 2017.
E.W. Hagler Club
1903 Division Street
Augusta, GA 30904
Teen Center: 706-524-7722
Dogwood Terrace Club
747 15th Avenue
Augusta, GA 30901
South Augusta Club
2463 Golden Camp Road
Augusta, GA 30906
221 Pecan Avenue
Thomson, GA 30824
Washington County Club
320 Riddleville Road
Sandersville, GA 31082
Lakeside Middle School Club
527 Blue Ridge Drive
Evans, GA 30809
Riverside Middle School Club
1095 Fury's Ferry Road
Evans, GA 30809
Heritage Academy Club
333 Greene Street
Augusta, GA. 30901
Diamond Lakes Elementary
4153 Windsor Spring Rd.
Hephzibah, GA. 30815
Willis Foreman Elementary
2413 Willis Foreman Rd.
Hephzibah, GA 30815
ANNOUNCEMENT TO PARENTS:
An addendum regarding Emergency Preparedness has been made to our Parent Handbook. To view the most recently updated copy, please CLICK HERE.
BY THE NUMBERS
In order to achieve success in our priority outcomes areas of academics, character & citizenship, and healthy lifestyles, we take the kids who need us most and add an outcomes driven Club experience which includes high yield activities, targeted programs, and activities aligned to the five key elements for positive youth development (a safe and positive environment, fun, supportive relationships, opportunities & expectations, and recognition) when paired with regular attendance, our youth are bound for GREAT Futures.
Our vision is to provide a world-class Club Experience that assures success is within reach of every young person we serve.
Our mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
Boys & Girls Clubs of the CSRA offers a comprehensive youth development program both after school and throughout the summer.
We build programming around five core areas of personal development– character and leadership development; education and career development; health and life skills; the arts; and sports, fitness, and recreation. By focusing on these core areas, we help our members amplify their academic success, build good character and citizenship and adopt healthy lifestyles