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BGCSNV operates Monday-Friday from 7am-7pm for youth ages 6-18 (1st-12th grade). We offer a safe, fun environment for structured distance learning school support as well as before- and after-school programming. Current BGCSNV registered members should contact their Clubhouse for enrollment. Non-members must register online and then enroll. Please click HERE for more information!

Contactless toy drive nets more than 600 gifts for local youth with Boys & Girls Clubs.

The Towbin Auto Group, in partnership with Jackie Starr of Iced Out Barber Shops, held its third annual toy drive in Southern Nevada.

LAS VEGAS — Our Notes For Notes Program Director Pete Sullivan blogs the happenings of the Las Vegas Studio and the impact it has on our talented youth!

Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada (BGCSNV) announced that it has received a $150,000 grant from Boyd Gaming Corporation to advance distance learning support and all-day youth services across the Las Vegas Valley.

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — All 13 Clubhouses re-opened valley-wide on Aug. 24 and currently have spaces available for families in need of distance learning support and/or afterschool enrichment activities.

LAS VEGAS (Sept. 15, 2020) – Health Plan of Nevada (HPN), joined by special guest Johnathan Abram of the Las Vegas Raiders and Johnathan’s Journey For Better Foundation, today unveiled 90 new Lenovo Yoga 2-in-1 laptops, headsets with microphones, along with three 30-laptop charging stations to support the remote learning needs of students who are members of Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. 

With many parents facing challenges with child care and distance learning amid the coronavirus pandemic, one Strip casino company is among businesses that have stepped up to help. Wynn Resorts has contracted with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada to provide supervised virtual learning spaces for up to 400 children of Wynn Las Vegas and Encore employees.

Las Vegas, NV — The  Nevada COVID-19 Response, Relief and Recovery Task Force, The Elaine P. Wynn & Family Foundation, Communities In Schools Nevada, and The Public Education Foundation have joined forces and announced today the introduction of “Connecting Kids,” a statewide community coalition formed to ensure that all students across the state of Nevada have equal access to virtual learning for the start of the 2020-2021 school year.

UNLV's first graduate in the HOPE Scholars program for homeless youth will receive her degree this May.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada provides a safe and positive environment for kids to learn, have fun and develop supportive relationships.