2015 – 2016 Program Impact Report- Our Formula for Impact
We start with the youth who need us most. Who Are The Youth We Guide?
1,462 youth ages 6-18 joined the Clubs, with over 500 other children served by Club staff or programs at five Club locations and the David Hayworth Swimming Center.
95% of Club members live in poverty.
72% of our members live with a single parent.
90% of members do not use other youth agencies.
Preparing Children and Teens for Academic Success: Graduate from High School ready for college, trade school, military or employment
75 youth referred by school officials, due to academic or behavioral problems: 85% maintained or improved average to above average grades.
96% of Power Hour participants maintained or improved to average to above average grades.
Club staff worked in schools for 860 hours helping youth succeed.
100% of the surveyed school officials stated that Club staff and programs improved or maintained student academics and behavior.
Clubs provided 63 parent-teacher activities that were attended by 4,346 participants.
There were 33 “World of Work” tour experiences for 408 participants.
Preparing Children and Teens with Good Character & Citizenship: to be an engaged citizen involved in the community, register to vote and model strong character
Clubs chartered Torch Clubs to teach leadership skills for members ages 11-13: These Clubs had62 members who held 240 meetings and workshops.
Clubs chartered Keystone Clubs teaching leadership skills for members ages 14-18: These Clubs had 40 teens participating
Club members planned and conducted 3,593 hours of community service projects.
Preparing Children and Teens for Healthy Lifestyles: to adopt a healthy diet, practice healthy lifestyle choices and make a lifelong commitment to fitness
349 Club members participated in the “Smart Moves” substance abuse and pregnancy prevention programs:
88% passed written post tests verifying their understanding of prevention behaviors.
112 female Club members participated in the “Smart Girls” teen pregnancy and substance abuse prevention program:
87% passed written post tests verifying their understanding of prevention behaviors.
Identified “at-risk” Club members who completed a pregnancy prevention program: No Club members gave birth to a child during the year, which is well below the Guilford and Randolph County teen birth rates.
304 members participated in the Healthy Habits Program with 88% passing a written post test verifying their understanding of living a healthy lifestyle.
498 members participated in 315 fitness sessions held at each Club location.
85 members participated in Street Smart gang prevention programming with 92% passing the post-test verifying their understanding of gangs.
The Clubs provided a recreational summer swimming program to over 500 youth and swim lessons to over 100 youth.