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.
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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 eight 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
Top FIVE things happening within Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana right now!
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.
Tune in as our president, Pat Van Burkleo, shares the top 5 things you need to know about our organization right now including:
a. 2021 Youth of the Year Selected
b. Welcome New Board Members
c. Virtual Club OnDemand
d. Getting Ready for Summer
e. Parade of Homes
This year the Parade of Homes presented by the Home Builders Association of Greater Baton Rouge named Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana as their beneficiary for their highly popular event. It was held in April and raised $25,000 for our organization.
Partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana will support academic achievement, healthy lifestyles and character development.
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.
Regional Organization Implements Innovative Employee Incentives to Recruit and Retain Youth Development Professionals
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.
‘Stronger Together’: The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana is working to triple enrollment and capacity to serve nearly 20,000 families across the state within the next five years.
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.