Boys & Girls Clubs of America relies on our the partnership of great organizations to provide innovative ways to engage and inform teens so that they may reach their full potential. Here are the current Boys & Girls Club Partners:


Bank of America

Bank of America is a proud funder of Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s job readiness program, CareerLaunch. This career exploration and mentoring program helps teens build the skills needed to get a job today, while guiding them to research school and career options for future success. Using an interactive website, background materials and volunteer mentors, CareerLaunch exposes teens ages 13-18 to a variety of careers and motivates them to take steps toward reaching their career goals. Bank of America volunteers can partner with their local Boys & Girls Clubs to implement the curriculum and mentor teens.




Best Buy Children’s Foundation

Best Buy Children’s Foundation continues to support BGCA’s efforts to create technology rich environments in Clubs. The ActiviTEENS program is designed to to retain teen members, attract new teens and enable Clubs to have a positive impact on their success.







CA Technologies

CA Technologies has launched a new initiative in partnership with BGCA, Tech Girls Rock. The initiative will aim to inspire girls to discover an interest in technology and consider tech-related careers. CA Together is a multi-faceted philanthropy program providing grants and services, in line with the company’s core business and philosophy.




Charles Schwab Foundation

To ensure all teens have the knowledge and skills in personal finance, Charles Schwab Foundation and Boys & Girls Clubs of America collaboratively developed Money Matters: Make It Count. Through Money Matters, teens expand their knowledge of money management and learn skills that lead to financial independence and well-being. In the decade since the program was introduced, more than half a million teens have completed Money Matters at Clubs across the country. Individual Schwab mentors enhance the program by sharing their financial expertise with local Club teens.



Citi Foundation

One of BGCA’s priorities is to enable youth to become successful and productive citizens in their communities and in our nation. Service learning and community service opportunities represent practical applications of this important principle. Further, research shows that youth who volunteer are more likely to do well in school, graduate and vote. Through funding support from the Citi Foundation, the Million Members, Million Hours of Service (MMMHS) Campaign is designed to raise service learning and community service awareness, provide resources to Club members, and engage at least 1 million Boys & Girls Club members in providing 1 million hours of community service (compounded annually) over the next five years.




Comcast NBC Universal

Comcast and NBCUniversal partners with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to provide youth with digital literacy access and skills necessary for a great future. In 2014, Comcast and NBCUniversal are helping BGCA transform the way youth experience technology in the Club through the launch of a new technology initiative called My.Future. With engaging activities, My.Future helps teens develop skills to perform well in school, graduate from high school college- or career-ready, and prepare for the demands of a technology-driven society.




Darden Restaurants

Supported by Darden Restaurants, d2D (Diplomas to Degrees) is designed to enable and empower youth to pave their own path to success by providing access to the tools and information necessary to navigate the process of postsecondary education. The Recipe for Success college-readiness workshops support and honor youth working toward their individual goals; select youth also receive scholarships.


Gap Inc.

Gap Inc. continues its long-term partnership with BGCA’s college and career programs through its support of CareerLaunch™. Thanks in part to Gap Inc., the CareerLaunch curriculum received a refresh in 2014. Each year, CareerLaunch helps more than 64,000 teens nationwide prepare for career success.





Through a dynamic partnership, Sony is providing cutting-edge equipment and funding to Boys & Girls Clubs to teach young people about technology and artistry and the synergy between the two. With Sony’s support, the National Photography Program gives members an opportunity to develop their photography skills, as well as an opportunity to showcase those skills in the ImageMakers National Photography and Digital Arts Festivals Contests.







With a goal to provide every young person with a cyber safe future, Sprint supports BGCA’s media safety initiative providing tools and resources to educate teens about important issues like cyberbullying, social networking, online privacy and mobile safety. As part of this initiative, Sprint supports a special section MyClubMyLife to promote media safety — cell phones, television and/or websites.






The Symantec Foundation, a corporate advised fund of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, is a proud supporter of BCGA and its STEM programs. To help members learn more about career opportunities in STEM, Symantec employees are lending their advice and expertise to help members learn more about what they can do now to prepare for an educational path and career in STEM through the STEM Careers: 101 series hosted on



Taco Bell Foundation

Taco Bell Foundation for Teens is BGCA’s largest teen initiative supporter to date. Through their support of local Boys & Girls Clubs, plus the efforts of the Graduate for Más platform, teen members are encouraged to take the pledge to graduate – on time, and with a plan for their future. Member success stories are also highlighted on so that peers can serve as role models and inspirations for one another.






Time Warner Cable

Thanks to the generous support of Time Warner Cable (TWC), BGCA and TWC are preparing today’s young people for successful 21st century careers. Since one of the fastest growing job segments will require some education in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), this partnership has enabled BGCA to create the DIY STEM program. This resource will help our members achieve great futures by sparking interest in STEM, offering hands-on, experiential programming and providing fun opportunities to explore STEM careers. Through this partnership, kids will learn how to make technology—rather than just consuming it.






Supported by Toyota Financial Services, d2D (Diplomas to Degrees) is designed to enable and empower youth to pave their own path to success by providing access to the tools and information necessary to navigate the process of postsecondary education. Toyota volunteers can partner with their local Boys & Girls Clubs to implement the curriculum and mentor college-bound teens.