Now more than ever,
you can give hope.
Times of transition can be tough for youth under normal circumstances, so challenging times call for increased support.
Donate to a local Boys Hope Girls Hope Affiliate
With the Boys Hope Girls Hope Network Headquarters team currently working remotely due to the COVID-19 crisis, we have forwarded mail from our Bridgeton address to a postal mailing box. To avoid delays during this period, we ask that you mail contributions to the following address:
Boys Hope Girls Hope
101 W. Argonne Drive, #62
St. Louis, MO 63122
We pledge to ensure your investment has the impact that it merits. We continue to enhance our Performance Management Tool, utilizing peer accountability and support across our affiliates and International Headquarters.
This consistent evaluation allows us to assess our data-centric, outcomes-oriented programming. Our ability to generate real-time data gives us the opportunity to provide maximum transparency to our stakeholders.
For more information about our revised Performance Management Tool, visit this page. View our financial information and our Annual Report by clicking the links below.
Boys Hope Girls Hope International and all affiliates undergo an annual audit. This transparency enables us to demonstrate our sound stewardship of the resources invested by our generous donors.
The audited financial statements and the 990s of Boys Hope Girls Hope International can be found below:
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