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
The AT&T Foundation donates $100,000 to Louisiana's four regional Boys & Girls Clubs locations.
Partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana will support academic achievement, healthy lifestyles and character development.
Learn more about our new President and CEO.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana is excited about its much-anticipated return of its life-changing out-of-school-time programs to Orleans Parish this Fall. Through a partnership with the New Orleans Recreation Development Commission (NORDC), BGCMLA plans to serve more local youth at two NORDC facilities in the fall: Milne Rec Center and Stallings St. Claude Rec Center.
Learn more about how this Slidell Teen won a national contest with Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
This holiday season, with help from thoughtful donors like you, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana is working to ease the burden on our families through our Adopt A Family initiative. If you are interested in adopting a family this year, please contact Developmental Manager, Tony Leggio, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Twitter's recent campaign is giving back in big ways.
Regional Organization Implements Innovative Employee Incentives to Recruit and Retain Youth Development Professionals
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.
Congratulations to our 2021 Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana Youth of the Year - Joshua Brown! Joshua is a 16-year-old junior at Salmen High School who has been a faithful member of our Slidell Unit for eight years and counting.