We welcome your help at Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeast Idaho:
- If you would like to volunteer at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeast Idaho contact Kaylyn Christensen at 208-490-4752 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you’re a business or civic group and would like to hold a fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeast Idaho, call us and let’s talk about it: 208-490-4752.
- If you’d like to further discuss contribution options, call Kaylyn Christensen at 208-490-4752!
- And of course, we appreciate direct donations of any size. Boys & Girls Club is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization, and your donation is fully tax deductible:
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“Cassidy Littleton says the Boys and Girls Clubs of Magic Valley has made her who she is today. Littleton, 23, was raised in Twin Falls foster homes. She joined the Club when she was 8 years old, and the Club gave her life structure and continuity. As she grew older, her education faltered, and she nearly dropped out of high school. She felt higher education was out of her reach. But before giving up, Littleton thought back to her Boys and Girls
Club background and realized the Club could save her future. At 16, she went to work for the Club and by working to build new programs, she renewed herself. She spearheaded the kindergarten and teen programs, the Smart Girls Program for girls leadership and the Keystone Program for academic leadership, community involvement, healthy lifestyles and college preparation. Her achievements culminated in a mother/daughter conference each year. Littleton twice won the award for the Boys and Girls Clubs’ premier “Youth of the Year” program – both statewide and regionally – and competed in the national program. In total, her winnings equaled a full-ride scholarship. Littleton is now a senior at Boise State University studying public relations. She says she is indebted to those at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Magic Valley who reached out to her. “They motivated me to get back on track,” Littleton said. “Without that intervention, I don’t think I would be in college.”
~ Cassidy Littleton, Former Youth of the Year & Club Alumn