Presenting The Clubhouse Network’s First Annual Report
The 2018 Fiscal Year marked The Clubhouse Network’s first as an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
What a year was 2018! We celebrated 25 years of global youth impact, moved to a beautiful new home in the heart of Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood, and expanded our Clubhouse-to-Career Pathways initiative around the country. We also opened twelve new Clubhouses and Teen Tech Centers, with many more on the horizon. And we expanded the Clubhouse Catalyst initiative, sharing our unique Clubhouse learning model with educators in other educational settings.
In 2018 we also held our 9th biennial Teen Summit for global teen leaders—a life-changing experience for Clubhouse teens who have never been away from home, let alone spend a week on a college campus building skills with others from around the world.
We’ve been able to accomplish all these things thanks to the many companies, foundations, government agencies, and individuals who support The Clubhouse Network’s mission.
With your continued help, we’re positioned for a future that’s strong, and bright. Thanks to everyone in our Clubhouse community—donors, community partners, Board members, volunteers, and staff—for helping to support our next 25 years of growth and impact around the world.
We are proud to present to you our 2018 Gratitude Report. This report contains highlights from Fiscal Year 2018, member, mentor, and donor spotlights, and evidence of our global growth and impact.
A Year of Gratitude:
The Clubhouse Network’s 2018 Annual Report
Now is the best time to get involved. And there are many ways to do that. Give your time by mentoring at one of our locations. Open a Clubhouse yourself and become part of our fast-growing network. Become a sponsor, partnering with The Network. Lastly, you can make a donation. Contributions of any amount provide teens with creative, inclusive, and safe spaces to explore, create, connect, and become their best selves.