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Boys & Girls Clubs of the North Valley (BGCNV) is a private 501C3 non-profit organization formed in 1995 to provide comprehensive youth development services, activities, and programs for youth in the Northstate Region. It is governed by a local board of volunteer directors, staffed by over 80 youth development professionals and supported by over 500 community volunteers.
The Boys & Girls Clubs currently serves more than 2,000 youth and operates 10 sites throughout Butte & Glenn Counties, where members, ages 6 to 18, can access quality programs and services after school.
Mission: To inspire and enable all young people to reach their full potential as responsible, productive, and caring citizens.
Vision: All young people need a safe place where they can learn and grow; caring adults who provide positive guidance; a wide variety of enriching life experiences; hope for a positive future; and opportunities to reach their dreams.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of the North Valley is dedicated to providing a safe and positive environment that fosters the healthy development of youth for ages 6 to 18 in the critical after-school hours. For the past 20 years, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the North Valley has been at the forefront of youth development in after-school and teen services at 9 club sites throughout Butte and Glenn Counties.
For over 100 years, Boys & Girls Clubs across the nation have shared four unique characteristics that have proven successful in attracting youth from all backgrounds, and that enhance the club's abilities to work in a partnership with other organizations possessing similar goals and values.
For many years, Chico Velo was a group of loose-knit riders until we officially obtained our nonprofit standing in 1980. Our first official organized ride was on a rainy day in 1981 with 100 riders. Today, the Chico Velow Wildflower Century attracts up to 4,000 riders annually and is still growing! Learn more about our CENTURY SERIES.
At our resource center, our guests have an opportunity to complete their educational goals, that includes attending college. We have a joblink program that focuses heavily oh developing "soft skills" that employers look for in a suitable employee. We focus on developing vocational job skills through our own projects. On West 16th Street, through the help of a Wal-Mart Community Grant, we have a 2.5-acre community farm. Most Fridays you can find our bloomin' hope flower cart on the corner of 4th & Main Street, where women from both our shelter & transitional housing program work.