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Local Giving, Local Change

Your contribution allows us to provide a safe and nurturing environment where children can learn, grow, and thrive. We’re able to offer essential educational programs, mentoring, and access to resources that equip our young members with valuable life skills. As a donor, you become an integral part of our organization. Thank you for helping us transform lives and create a brighter future for our community.

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Every Child Counts

All donations given to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada directly impacts those living here, in Carson City and Carson Valley. When you donate, you are supporting the youth of our community for years to come and dedicating valuable resources to our future leaders!

  • $30/month provides healthy meals in our before school program and healthy snacks for kids in our After School Program.
  • $50/month provides art supplies for our fine arts programs. 
  • $100/month provides S.T.E.M. educational materials for kids.
  • $500/month provides equipment to keep youth physically active for at least 60 minutes a day.
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See How We’re Making a Difference

With the current economic challenges, families are turning to us for support like never before. Your donations are dedicated to helping those in need.

    1,423 members in 2022

    80.4% attend the Club in Carson City and 19.6% are in Carson Valley.

    45,040 meals served to youths

    Kids perform at their best when they’re not worried about basic needs.

    $256,458 donated as scholarships

    Thanks to generous donors like you, kids from 478 families received financial aid.

    402 donors supported us

    We’re so thankful for your help in transforming our community.

    42 staff helped club members

    All of our staff members contribute to making our clubhouses a place to become.

Stories of Impact


  • “When I look at the people I have known for years, who I love and respect, and who work for this great organization, how can I not support the Boys & Girls Clubs?”