Our Mission

To inspire and enable all youth, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.

Join us to support YOUR local Club on Lemonade Day!

Lemonade Day is still happening, just in a different way. Visit members outside your local Club on August 6 from
10:00am-3:00pm to purchase lemonade, logo cups and T-Shirts, or to pick up your pre-ordered package.

Click HERE to pre-order your Lemonade Day package.

**You can choose to have your packages delivered for an additional $5.00 donation**

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In addition to raising funds and awareness for the Boys & Girls Clubs, Lemonade Day is an event where our kids learn about becoming an entrepreneur and the importance of marketing, financial literacy, customer service, joint ventures & more. By participating in Lemonade Day, you can make our members “business” a success! 

 

 

STRIDE Academy is a great and fun way for members to learn and practice math, reading, science, and language arts.

Choose your location for your sign on information!

Black River Falls •  Chippewa Falls •  Eau Claire  • Menomonie

 

Online Programming

ART

Healthy Habits

Daily Challenge

STEM

Reading

 

Other Free Community Resources

 
PBS Wisconsin
Junior Achievement

 

     
 
 
 
 
Each year, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Chippewa Valley selects an outstanding young person to receive its local Youth of the Year Award, the highest honor bestowed upon a member of the Boys & Girls Clubs. This award recognizes commendable character, academic achievement and outstanding volunteer service to a member’s Club and community. Click here for more information.
 
 
Congratulations Brady W.
2020 Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Chippewa Valley Youth of the Year
 
 

Brady has been a member at the Chippewa Falls Boys & Girls Club since 2016. He has a passion for art and for helping others. The Club helped Brady through some tough times and also helped him realize that other people shared similar experiences.

The Drama Matters program at the Club helped Brady, because he was able to express his feelings through different art forms, such as film making. He was also selected to be a junior staff member at the Club. This gave him the opportunity to help staff with different tasks, including cleaning, and helping youth members with homework, problems, etc. His time as a junior staff helped Brady realize he wants to be a teacher. He said he loves learning, and wants to be a role model, and encourage others.

Brady is very passionate about combating bullying and promoting inclusion of others. As a teen member at the Club, he makes sure members are always included, whether it be during an art program at the Club or a game at the park. Brady said that his time at the Club have made him feel like an equal, and he wants all other members to experience that same feeling.


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News & Updates:

Boys & Girls Clubs of Wisconsin: Taking Action in Response to Racial Inequality
Click here to see how we are responding in the Chippewa Valley!

View the 2019 Annual Report

Summer Programming Information - Click Here

 

COVID-19: 

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