Who we are – Established in 1940 as a regional voluntary organisation, Boys & Girls Clubs NI has transformed into a leading youth work charity with a membership of 120 local youth organisations. Our mission is to support the personal development and social education of children & young people and to promote good relations and community development. We aim to: “REACH out to all young people to INVOLVE and enable them to ENJOY and ACHIEVE together…”
What we do – Each year we work directly with 2500 children, young people, volunteers & youth workers. Indirectly, we support a youth network that engages with 48000 stakeholders on an annual basis. We deliver membership support services, training, networking opportunities, policy guidance, youth projects, and an extensive programme of youth activities. We have an office base in Belfast with most of our work happening in local voluntary youth clubs and schools in which we support.
Impact Report 2021/22
ACTIVITIES 2021-2022 The Coronavirus pandemic has presented huge challenges globally to the health and wellbeing of everyone. Boys & Girls Clubs adapted to the new circumstances, legislation and social restrictions whilst reducing disruption where possible to support services and programme delivery. Our offices remained closed to the public in the first part of the year [...]
Impact Report 2020/21
ACTIVITIES 2020-2021 – YEAR 1 OF THE PANDEMIC. The Coronavirus pandemic has presented huge challenge globally to the health and wellbeing of everyone. Boys & Girls Clubs adapted to the new circumstances, legislation and social restrictions whilst reducing disruption where possible to support services and programme delivery. Our Offices were closed to the public from [...]
Impact Report 2019/20
Annual Impact Report We are pleased to present our Annual Impact Report for the period from April 2019 to March 2020 and we hope this report provides a positive impression of the work and values of Boys & Girls Clubs. Boys & Girls Clubs aims to promote the inclusion, engagement and development of all young [...]