Boys and Girls Clubs of Scotland

Provides young people with the necessary opportunities, support, skills and positive role models to enable them to become healthy and confident adults

Aims:

Boys and Girls Clubs of Scotland, has been in the forefront of youth work since its formation in 1928. The organisation is committed to providing young people with the necessary opportunities, support, skills and positive role models to enable them to become healthy and confident adults.

Local groups:

Member clubs operate in most geographical areas across Scotland, ranging from the most deprived urban areas to the remotest part of the Western Isles. Membership is constantly increasing (Boys and Girls Clubs of Scotland currently works with 20 000 young people each year), bringing new challenges but also new opportunities to work in partnership with young people to improve their quality of life.

The vast majority of the club leaders are unpaid – they give freely of their time in the evenings and weekends to ensure that young people are given the chance to fulfil their potential in a structured and safe environment.

Address

48 Watson Crescent
Edinburgh
EH11 1EP

Phone: 07442 504 575
Website: http://www.boysandgirlsclubsscotland.co.uk/
Email: info@boysandgirlsclubsscotland.co.uk

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