MEXICO

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF MEXICO

Club de Niños y Niñas de Mexico Current Activities

Club de Niños y Niñas de Mexico continue to engage their Club members (socios), with creative virtual programs, video highlights and when possible, engage them with materials. 

Please scroll down to find videos, and links to the different Facebook pages, for more ideas on how you too, can continue supporting youth!

Nuevo Leon

El CLUB en tu casa

El CLUB en tu casa ?☺️.Monosílaba y Bisílaba ?✏️?..Con estas palabras están formadas por sílabas, compartamos en familia este padrísimo ejercicio....Compartenos tu experiencia y/o fotografías ???...#quedateencasa#enfamiliaesmejor#grandesfuturosinicianaquí#educación

Posted by Club de Niños y Niñas de Nuevo León, A.B.P. on Monday, April 20, 2020

Rosarito

Yeah??www.CLUBROSARITO.org

Posted by Club De Ninos Y Ninas De Rosarito on Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Hidalgo

Un lindo mensaje

Posted by Club de Niños y Niñas de México - Atotonilco de Tula on Saturday, April 18, 2020

OPEN DOORS TO BOYS AND GIRLS OF MEXICO

Clubs de Niños y Niñas de Mexico serves nearly 4,000 youth annually, with after schools programs in safe and positive spaces. There are currently 10 Clubs throughout the country, more under construction and some in the planning stages. 

Club de Niños y Niñas de Mexico is a network of Clubs throughout Mexico.  Please visit a Club near you! Click on the city for their Facebook page.

Hidalgo
Mexico City
Navojoa
Nogales
Nuevo Leon
Rosarito
San Luis Potosi
Tijuana

OUTSTANDING EVENTS

CLUB DE NIÑOS Y NIÑAS SAN LUIS POTOSÍ – REAL DE PEÑASCO
BEGAN OPERATIONS ON SEPTEMBER 9TH

A new club: Club de Niños y Niñas SLP – Real de Peñasco initiated operations on September 9th with a total enrollment of 57 children.

Congratulations to the board and staff from San Luis Potosí for this great achievement.

CLUBINEWS

CNYN NUEVO LEÓN – 1ST PLACE OF HUMAN RIGHTS AWARDS IN THE MÉXICO NORTH AREA

Club de Niños y Niñas Nuevo León was awarded with the 1st place of Human Rights in the México North Area year 2019. This award is granted to people and organizations that have had an outstanding and positive impact on the promotion of Human Rights in México.

OUTSTANDING EVENTS SEPTEMBER 2019*

CDMX – EDOMEX

After a great summer, where nearly 250 children attended the summer activities at the Club, our staff began their training on different topics such as Human Rights and Gender Neutral Spaces.

UNICEF and the main character of the live action movie “Dora the Explorer” invited our children to the premiere of this movie.

Our Club hosted the National Convention 2019, which was a great opportunity to get to know staff from other clubs and share knowledge based on experiences.

CDMX-EDOMEX - Back to the Club
@CDMX-EDOMEX – Back to the Club!
CDMX-EDOMEX - Back to the Club2
@CDMX-EDOMEX – Back to the Club!

Hidalgo

On September 17th, we organized a mexican party at the club, with the participation of the dance, theater, music and karate do teams.

On September 13th, our children and their parents joined efforts to reforestate our community.

@Hidalgo - Reforestation project
@Hidalgo – Reforestation project
@Hidalgo - Dance performance
@Hidalgo – Dance performance

Navojoa

As a way to encourage the children to protect the environment, they participated on a lecture that highlighted the importance of reforestation. As a result of this, “The Green Brigade” was born in our club, having many children being part of it, this brigade has the responsibility to protect the green areas within our club, and so far they have planted 10 trees to achieve this goal.

Additionally, our children were also instructed about the importance of animals, a veterinarian came to our Club to explain how to protect the pets and let the children know that the pets have feeling and needs and they are not just another toy to play with.

@Navojoa - The Green Brigade
@Navojoa – The Green Brigade
@Navojoa - Lecture - Pets have feelings and needs
@Navojoa – Lecture – Pets have feelings and needs

Nogales

Arts

The children are designing some crafts with recycled materials that will be exhibited during our next events.

Success Story

Congratulations to Ramón Eduardo for being selected in the U-15 category of the “Cimarrones de Sonora” soccer team.

@Nogales - Ramón Eduardo, selected in the U-15 category of the Cimarrones de Sonora soccer team.
@Nogales – Ramón Eduardo, selected in the U-15 category of the Cimarrones de Sonora soccer team.
@Nogales - Recycled material crafts
@Nogales – Recycled material crafts

Nuevo León

Thanks to the partnership with Televisa, the Technology and Innovation Institute (I2T2), NEMI A.C. and the Nuevo León Department of Education, our children participated on the @tecnolochicasmx workshop, with the main objective of closing the gender gap on the technology sector and empower young women.

Last September 11th, a new generation of 16 children from our Club began to participate on the “Building my 1st Robot” workshop, taught by staff from the world´s top universities “Tecnológico de Monterrey”.

The Mexican Independence was celebrate in the Club during the week from September 9th to 13th, participating our more than 600 children and teens currently enrolled in the Club.

@NuevoLeón - Building my 1st Robot
@NuevoLeón – Building my 1st Robot

 

@NuevoLeón - Mexican Independence celebration
@NuevoLeón – Mexican Independence celebration

Rosarito

FAMILY CYCLING TRIP 

Some mountain bike instructors came to visit us at Club de Niños y Niñas Rosarito and organized a fun ride for our children and their families.

ETHICAL VALUES RALLY

An ethical values rally was organized in our club in coordination with the State Elections Department, the children learnt about the election process at the same time that the universal ethical values were promoted.

3RD ANNUAL TOURNAMENT: Hugo Torres

The Emerson School from Boston USA, visited our club and organized different activities such as music, basketball as well as a soccer tournament. Our children enjoyed the visit and had lots of fun!

@Rosarito - 3rd Annual Tournament - Hugo Torres
@Rosarito – 3rd Annual Tournament – Hugo Torres
@Rosarito - Family cycling trip
@Rosarito – Family cycling trip

San Luis Potosí – La Virgen

Last September 3rd, the last half of the Club annual activities was initiated, with a total enrollement of 267 children and teens.

In order to develop key performance indicators and be able to tell how the activities of the club are impacting our children, we applied some diagnostic tests on areas such as reading, informatics, spanish and self esteem to the children that are part of the club and some children that are not part of the club.

@San Luis Potosí - La Virgen - Diagnostic test for KPIs
@San Luis Potosí – La Virgen – Diagnostic test for KPIs
@San Luis Potosí - La Virgen - First day of Club activities year 2019 B
@San Luis Potosí – La Virgen – First day of Club activities year 2019 B

San Luis Potosí – Real de Peñasco

On September 9th, the Club began operations with a total enrollment of 57 children.

AMARAK enterprises, in collaboration with the “Save the Children” organization, donated the playroom equipment for our Club.

Thanks as well to Tupperware Brands, for the donation of kitchen utensils that will be used to serve the meals that are daily offered to our children.

@San Luis Potosí Real de Peñasco - Having fun at the new club!
@San Luis Potosí Real de Peñasco – Having fun at the new club!
@San Luis Potosí Real de Peñasco - Daily healthy meals for our children.
@San Luis Potosí Real de Peñasco – Daily healthy meals for our children.

Tijuana

1st mexican kermesse

With the main objective of gathering funds for the nutrition program in our Club, we organized the first mexican kermesse that took place on September 27th at the facilities of the Loma Dorada Club. A total of 700 guests enjoyed of this event, the parents of our children participated by organizing food stands while the staff organized playful activities. The funds gathered from this event are enough to cover 2 months of healthy meals for our club members.

Mexican party

A wonderful event full of joy and color was organized by our councillors Olga de la Vega and Pely Guevara. It took place at the beautiful Ramona vineyard on September 7th, over 200 people flock to enjoy the activities in there. The total income amount from this event was nearly 20.000 USD that will de used to cover the operating expenses of our Club.

Training

We believe that having a trained staff is a way to maximize the positive impact of our Club. Currently, our staff is being trained by the local office for violence prevention.

@Tijuana - Mexican party
@Tijuana – Mexican party

@Tijuana