Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 11 11 reviews
300 E Fall Creek Pkwy N Dr Indianapolis IN 46205 USA
The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of America is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible citizens.
Boys & girls clubs of indianapolis (bgci) is a not-for-profit youth guidance organization dedicated to assisting indianapolis-area youth in reaching their full potential through programming in five core program areas: character and leadership development; education and career development; health and life skills; the arts; sports, fitness, and recreation. Bgci owns and operates four stand-alone facilities throughout metropolitian indianapolis. Bgci also operates after-school programs onsite at a public school in the greater-indinanapolis area. In 2014, over 8,004 youth were served through bgci's programs.
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I think the Boys and Girls Clubs of Indianapolis has changed me for the good. When I started at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Indianapolis I didn't do well in school and had trouble getting arguments. I started going when I was in 8th grade and was afraid I wouldn't make it to high school. A friend brought me along to the club one day and it changed me forever. Everyone was so nice and positive it was such a change to what I was used to. Thanks to the education help they provide I not only finished high school but also finished college. I will be starting my Master's degree in Aug and I owe it all to Boys and Girls Clubs of Indianapolis
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The fact that I graduated from college and am going towards my Master's degree. I was on a bad social trail and Boys and Girls Clubs of Indianapolis helped me to get off that path and onto the right one.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Donate more of my time to the clubs. Once I am done with school and get a job, I will give my volunteer time as much as possible. If I could help just one kid to turn out like me I know I would have done my part.