Working with young people since 1928




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Boys' and Girls' Clubs of Wales is one of the oldest youth organisations in Wales. Formed in the early 1920's its links with the community were embedded in its relationship with the miners of Wales who made significant contributions to finance youth clubs with regular weekly payments.


Today we are offering help and support to youth and sports clubs. Boys' and Girls' Clubs of Wales is a registered charity (1009142) and a member organisation of the Council for Wales of Voluntary Youth Services (CWVYS) which enables us to influence current policy.


More than 170 youth clubs from all around Wales are members of our organisation.

We are offering clubs the chance to take part in various youth projects and residentials such as our annual Youth Exchange with Germany, and leaders and volunteers get the opportunity to undertake different training, including the Level 2 and 3 Youth Work Qualifications.

Sports clubs frequently have the chance to represent Boys' and Girls' Clubs of Wales at international tournaments. 

We are also providing advice on funding and how clubs can gain charitable status and lots more.

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There are various ways to get involved with Boys' and Girls' Clubs of Wales and how to benefit from a cooperation.


Young people can spend their free time in the welcoming atmosphere of our member clubs and gain unique experiences during our residentials. Volunteers and leaders can earn new skills for their life and polish their CVs through the training we are providing and donors can help to improve the lives of young people in Wales.


So why haven't you joined yet?