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A Monthly Update From Our Club

Jude Wood, Executive Director of Boys and Girls Club Lake Tahoe, gives an update to inform about the latest and greatest happening at the Club.  Click Play to watch the update!

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29th Annual Golf Classic

Get ready to have one of the best days out on the course Sunday, October 16th.  Expect phenomenal hole-in-on-prizes, drinks throughout the course, great raffle prizes, an impressive Online Silent Auction, and an entertaining after-play party.  All proceeds will be benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe!

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Building Bright Futures

HELP US PAY FOR OUR BUILDING! The Boys and Girls Club of Lake Tahoe was incorporated in 1992 and ever since then we have held the dream of having a building of our own. Help us to finish paying for the building, click “GIVE TODAY” to learn how!

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Team AWESOME is here! Every organization has a mission statement. We decided to go a step further and create a set of values and principles that the Staff and Members adhere to in everything we do at the Club. Visit Team Awesome to learn more and make a donation today!

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I’m Awesome!

Our mission is to empower all young people to reach their full potential.  We created a shop for you to browse our designs – we have multiple styles and colors to choose from! (Children’s sizes run a little large).

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Children Served Every Single Day


How You Can Help

Since 1991 the Boys and Girls Club of Lake Tahoe has been providing children and teens with a safe, positive and welcoming environment where they can have fun and enhance their education and life experiences.  Donations are 100% the reason our doors stay open to the children of our community and every child should have that opportunity to achieve their full potential, how can you help?

Building a Resilient Community

We are only just beginning to understand the long term impacts of adverse childhood trauma and how it can pervade into every aspect of an individual’s life. The one factor that has been shown to lessen the impact of childhood trauma is resiliency; but how do we make children more resilient and what can we do as individuals to help those most in need of support? Jude Wood, Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Club of Lake Tahoe, teaches us about the five protective factors and what we can all do to build a more resilient community. This talk was filmed and uploaded by the volunteers who organized this TEDx event; speakers and topics are selected independently of TED.

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Help Ensure a Solid Future for Lake Tahoe’s Kids!

There are a variety of ways in which you can support the Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe, click “DONATE TODAY” to learn how!

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