Youth Organizations

Big Brothers Big Sisters is dedicated to being the leader in providing quality mentoring relationships between children in need of supportive role models and qualified volunteers. These relationships will provide the children with positive guidance, moral support and enhanced self-esteem, while addressing changing social and economic issues in the local community. Please join them in helping children of our communities reach their potential.

3131 Taylor Avenue, Box 7, Racine, WI 53405
(262) 637-7625

The Boys & Girls Club is the largest provider of youth sports, recreational, cultural and educational opportunities in Kenosha. They support all children and teens in Kenosha County, with a specific program mission that enables them to focus on giving equal access and opportunities to youngsters who come from economically, socially, educationally and physically disadvantaged environments. Their professionally trained staff and volunteers supervise wholesome, constructive activities that guide youth toward successful health, social, educational and character-building skills. Learn more about Kenosha Youth Sports like Football, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Softball, and more at

1330 52nd Street, Kenosha, WI 53140
(262) 654-6200

Camp Anokijig has been recognized for excellence in camping for 83 years. Founded in 1926, Anokijig has built a history and rich tradition of offering youth experiences that will last a lifetime. Anokijig is an Indian word meaning "We Serve" but it is also synonymous with new friends, positive values, personal growth, great adventures, and outrageous fun. They offer campers, boys and girls ages 7 to 16, an experience that emphasizes values such as caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. Camp Anokijig is not just another place to go, it is a community...a spirit shared by all who visit.

W5639 Anokijig Lane, Plymouth, WI 53073
(800) 741-6931

Kenosha Blue Line Hockey Club has a mission to provide organized, sanctioned, youth hockey programs to the community. Involving children in a team sport like hockey teaches life skills and develops them into athletes, leaders, and productive members of the community. Since the early 1970’s, Kenosha Ice Arena has provided the community with quality hockey programs that continue today through Kenosha Komets, Wisconsin Jets, and Kenosha Adult Hockey Club. Kenosha Blue Line Hockey Club is a recognized tax exempt 501(c)(3) organization asking for your contribution to their “Save the Ice” campaign to help them make vital updates to the Kenosha Ice Arena.

7727 60th Avenue, Kenosha, WI 53142
(262) 694-8010

The Kenosha YMCA is a membership organization open to all people. They welcome women and men, girls and boys of all ages, races, ethnicities, religions, abilities and financial circumstances. YMCA programs embrace diversity, reflecting the needs and composition of the communities they serve. As longtime leaders in community-based wellness, the Kenosha YMCA provides fitness areas for individual workouts and aerobics classes for group exercise, pools for water exercise, swim lessons, and gyms for sports programming. The Y nurtures the healthy development of children and teens, strengthens families, and makes the community a healthier, safer, better place to live.

7101 53rd Street, Kenosha, WI 53144
(262) 654-9622