Boys & Girls Clubs provide a safe way to learn and grow in a fun environment. Children build ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals through life-enhancing programs and character development experiences.
Boys & Girls Clubs work to save and change the lives of children and teens, especially those who need us most, by providing them with a safe, positive and engaging environment and programs that prepare and inspire them to achieve Great Futures. Through nine Clubs in four parishes, our trained and professional staff serves hundreds of children daily. Our programs focus on helping kids and teens get ready for college and career, live healthy, and lead in their communities.
News & Updates
We recently received a $25,570 grant from the Taco Bell Foundation to support more youth in the communities we serve. The funds will go toward Boys & Girls Clubs programs that educate and inspire that next generation of leaders.
Former U-High and LSU basketball star Glen “Big Baby” Davis received a huge honor on Thursday, June 10. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana awarded a new outdoor basketball court, a Nancy Lieberman Charities Dream Court, to honor Davis in Baton Rouge.
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The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Baton Rouge and the Boys & Girls Club of Southeast Louisiana are merging — a move that combines the club’s chapters for Louisiana’s two largest cities with the hope of reaching more families, the chapters said Monday.
The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Baton Rouge and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeast Louisiana on Tuesday announced they have merged to become the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana, effective today.
The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Baton Rouge and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeast Louisiana have merged to become the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana. The merger takes effect today. It is one of the largest of its type in Louisiana.
Partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana will support academic achievement, healthy lifestyles and character development.
Critical to our merger’s success was the pro bono legal counsel and guidance from Jones Walker LLP. The Jones Walker legal team, led by Adam Matasar, included Victoria Davies, Elisabeth LeBlanc, Carley Tatman, and Trevor Wilson.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana was awarded a new outdoor basketball court – a Nancy Lieberman Charities Dream Court™. Donated in partnership with American Airlines, the court will honor former LSU basketball player Glen “Big Baby” Davis.
Former St Aug Purple Knight and LSU Tiger Leonard Fournette is giving back to New Orleans. The Tampa Bay running back, partnered with Academy Sports + Outdoors, surprised 25 children with a $2,500 shopping spree in Gretna on Friday.