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Economic Impact

In 2013, Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida commissioned the Chair of the Department of Economics, Finance and Accounting at California Lutheran University to develop an analysis of the economic value of the services we provide to our three primary stakeholders: Club members, parents and local communities. This Economic Impact Study used data collected through stakeholder surveys and publicly available information sources to place a monetary value on the benefits derived from BGCCF services. View our economic impact study brochure.

EARNING POWER INCREASED
TOTAL PER $1
Additional High School Graduates
Increased work-life earnings of 49 additional high school graduates
$14,823,284 $1.74
Increased Parental Earnings
Annual earnings of 3,862 parents who are able to keep their jobs
$90,042,530 $10.56
     
PUBLIC DOLLARS SAVED
Juvenile Arrests Averted
Annual savings to taxpayers due to 185 juvenile arrests averted
$13,529,050 $1.62
Teen Pregnancies Avoided
Lifetime savings to taxpayers due to 9 teen pregnancies avoided
$1,181,934 $0.14
Underage Drinking Reduced
Annual savings to taxpayers due to responsible behavior of 9,134 youth
$13,627,928 $1.60
 
LOCAL ECONOMIES STRENGTHENED
Regular Operations and Volunteer Labor
Output from budgetary spending and volunteer work
$18,363,942 $2.15
     
TOTAL ECONOMIC IMPACT   $17.81

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