Data Driven. Outcome Oriented. 

Boys & Girls Clubs of Marshall County is committed to changing lives. By measuring how much Club kids and teens are achieving, we can determine how effectively the Club experience is helping our young people. Club professionals use outcome data to inform planning and operations decisions, make improvements to programs and services and demonstrate impact. 

There are many things to be thankful for says 10yr old Audrey.  “I love Boys & Girls Club in Bremen because we get to help staff, get a snack, play outside with friends, do fun activities, have game time, homework help, and play with toys.  My favorite thing is called Indiana Kids where we see Miss Annie and I have so much fun!” 
75%
of regularly attending members said they volunteered in their community, Club, school or neighborhood at least once in the past year.

According to BGCA youth outcome data
89%

of Club youth said they can stand up for what is right; 91% of Club youth reported that as a leader, they make sure everyone feels important.

According to BGCA youth outcome data

90%

of Club members say they could go to staff for help in a crisis.

According to BGCA NYOI data

Nearly

3,000

Club members participated in leadership and self-empowerment programs that are helping them thrive.

More than

1,000

kids and teens visit Camp Kiwanis each year – many experiencing outdoor adventures like hiking, kayaking, and archery for the first time.

More than

800

kids participated in Soccer for Success – an expanded partnership with the U.S. Soccer Foundation serving 20 Boys & Girls Clubs across the city.