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Last  year over 2800 school age children, mostly  from single family, low income homes benefited, in some way,  from Boys and Girls Clubs of Fort Wayne (BGCFW) programs and services.

After school and during the summer, BGCFW members participate in structured, impactful programs focused on Academic Success, Good Character & Citizenship and Healthy Lifestyles at one of our four sites.

Brent Lemberg of the Indiana State Police reads to club members during the Blue Bucket Brigade kickoff that brings kids and law enforcement together.

Our new Blue Bucket Brigade program will build better relationships between law enforcement and our youth and our clubs will continue to advocate for all youth in the Fort Wayne community. You can click on the event buttons below to find out more about our fundraising activities but we are very interested in your volunteer, employment or general interest in helping our many kids who live at or below the poverty line in single parent homes.

We want them to reach their full potential and with your help we can continue to make that happen.

Listen to the radio spot for the Blue Bucket Brigade. Courtesy Federated Media.

Jared Frandenberg of the Indiana State Police chats it up with club members at the kickoff to the Blue Bucket Brigade, a program of the BGCFW to build bridges and open doors to a better understanding between police and at risk youth in Fort Wayne.






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