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Congratulations to the 2014 Arizona State Youth of the Year!

Camrae McManaman
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix

Camrae McManaman was named 2014 Arizona State Youth of the Year at the 13th Annual Arizona Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs Legislative Breakfast, presented by Fiesta Bowl Charities. The national “Youth of the Year” recognition program is the cornerstone of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Character and Leadership Development core program area. “Youth of the Year” promotes and celebrates service to the Club, community and family values, academic performance, moral character, life goals, poise and public speaking ability.

Camrae has been a member of the Jerry & Helen Wisotsky Peoria Branch since kindergarten. Since her very first year (when she was the captain of the cheer team), Camrae has been a strong leader who cares deeply for helping others. “Community service is important to me because there are so many things that need to be done in my community,” she says. “I feel like the only way to get it done is just to step up and do it.” Read more...

The Arizona Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs

Our Scope of Service

  • 24 Boys & Girls Club organizations in Arizona
  • 33 Cities in Arizona have at least one Boys & Girls Club
  • 61 Club Sites in Arizona
  • Average attendance in Arizona Clubs is 7,521 young people per day

Where We are Located

  • 22% of club sites are located in rural communities, 32% of club sites are located in urban communities and 31% of club sites are located in suburban communities
  • 61% are traditional club sites, 15% of club sites are located on Native American lands, and 10% are located in schools

Who We Serve

  • 56% males and 44% females
  • 36% Hispanic, 30% Caucasian, 11% Native-American, 11% African-American, 4% Multi-Racial, 2% Asian and 7% Other
  • 3% age 5 & under, 47% age 6-10, 20% age 11-12; 21% age 13-15, and 10% age 16 & over

Who Provides the Leadership

  • 310 full time and 577 part time employees provide the program services and management of the Boys & Girls Club organizations
  • 3,841 volunteers assist in providing program services to youth
  • 612 additional volunteers assist in providing management, administrative, or general organizational support

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