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Beloit Daily News Photo | Stateline Boys & Girls Club - Joel Barrett Campus

Stateline Boys & Girls Club receives United Way grant
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Beloit Daily News Photo | Stateline Boys & Girls Club - Joel Barrett Campus

Beloit Daily News Photo | Stateline Boys & Girls Club – Joel Barrett Campus

Beloit Daily News logoBeloit Daily News Staff | August 3, 2023

BELOIT — The Stateline Boys & Girls Clubs has been awarded a $260,000 Community Impact Grant from United Way Blackhawk Region to support the club’s commitment to Youth Development and Guidance. The grant funding runs from 2023 TO 2025.

“We are proud to be a UWBR partner and truly humbled for their continued support and investment in our organization and the Youth of our communities”, said Stateline Boys & Girls Club Chief Executive Officer Mark Rand. “It is truly an honor to continue to be supported by the United Way Blackhawk Region.”

Mark Pocan

U.S House Passes $500,000

Mark Pocan

“The Stateline Boys & Girls Club is a critical asset to the entire Beloit community. I’m proud to announce $500,000 in appropriations funding to make this facility more accessible for our children.”  – U.S Representative Mark Pocan

WCLO Capital Campaign Podcast_May 2021

Check out CEO Mark Rand and Capital Campaign Chair Jim Packard, Jr. on WCLO.  They spent some time with Tim Bremmel giving an update on our current Capital Campaign.  Visit our Campaign page to learn more and donate today!

WCLO's podcast

Check out WCLO’s podcast in which CEO, Mark Rand, and Capital Campaign Chair, Jim Packard, Jr. speak about the Stateline Boys & Girls Clubs proposed capital campaign.  We are excited to continue Building Great Futures for our Community.

Stateline Boys & Girls Club Newsletter | February 2020

December brings closure to one year and the beginning of another. The month was full of Holiday parties and plenty of fun activities at our clubs. December was also a time for our kids and staff to give back to one of our own. A group of our kids and staff volunteered at the TEAMJA’CAIGH food and coat drive on December 21 at our Career Tek extension.

Kids at a table

Stateline Boys & Girls Club Newsletter | January 2020

December brings closure to one year and the beginning of another. The month was full of Holiday parties and plenty of fun activities at our clubs. December was also a time for our kids and staff to give back to one of our own. A group of our kids and staff volunteered at the TEAMJA’CAIGH food and coat drive on December 21 at our Career Tek extension.

BGC kids at a computer

Stateline Boys & Girls Club Newsletter | December 2019

November is a time to be thankful. As I sit down to write this, I am thankful for so many things. I am thankful for the continuing opportunity to lead this truly impactful organization in our community. I am thankful for our Leadership Team, along with our amazing staff who make an impact on young people on a daily basis. I am thankful for our supportive Board of Directors who work so hard behind the scenes to guide us on our mission. I am also thankful to all our volunteers who help out in our clubs. But mostly, I am thankful to all of you who support our clubs; you are superstars in your own right! We truly couldn’t do what we do without your support.

BGC Boy and Teen Mentor

Stateline Boys & Girls Club Newsletter | November 2019

Fall is upon us and that brings a lot of excitement around our clubs. Sips & Treats fundraiser is coming up on November 21, so get your tickets before we sell out. You will see from the pictures in this newsletter that our clubs are not only fun for our kids, but also our staff. Sometimes I think they have more fun than the kids!

Stateline Boys & Girls Club Newsletter | October 2019

October and Fall are upon us. So many great things going on at our clubs as you will see from the enclosed newsletter and photos.

Our club, along with the 158 other club sites in Wisconsin, recently launched a national “Agenda for America’s Youth” advocacy platform. We, along with the other clubs in Wisconsin, provide services to over 143,000 youth after school and on weekends, more youth than any other state in the country for population.