Welcome to the Inside Out Club
Let’s improve kids’ lives with good character and volunteerism
Today’s youth face many risks and challenges
It’s never too early to start equipping your kids with the character skills they need to problem solve, express empathy, cope with challenges in a positive way, think of new ideas, appreciate life’s gifts and so much more.
We provide the tools kids need
Inside Out Club’s unique educational and volunteer opportunities combine social and emotional learning (SEL) with service learning to empower kids to care for others, themselves, animals and the planet starting as young as age three.
Good character skills
Acceptance, collaboration, curiosity, kindness, empathy, gratitude, perseverance and self-awareness
Desire to understand and positively impact others
Being socially responsible, meeting basic needs, protecting the planet, developing character, embracing humanity, and supporting our troops and veterans.
Experience in supporting local nonprofits and those they serve
Our mission is to develop kids with character inside and out. We believe that individuals and families empowered through strength of character and volunteerism will live fuller lives for generations to come.
Kids from 3,108 families have grown in character and volunteered through Inside Out Club
Projects created with love by Inside Out Club kids for children, individuals and families in need
Items collected by Inside Out Club kids, including more than 1,400 rolls of toilet paper donated to our local charity partners
Start living your life “Inside Out”
Live life with good character on the “inside” – show grit and resilience, allow others to belong unconditionally, embrace your authentic self, choose kindness … – and on the “outside” – care for yourself, others, animals and the planet.
Partner with Inside Out Club
- Scout Troops
- Schools (PTA, etc.)
- Youth Groups
What people are saying
My son really took the acceptance and inclusion session to heart. Clearly, all kids are curious about people who are different than they are, but I think the session really highlighted some extraordinary traits of people on the spectrum. He now views the ‘differences’ as gifts.
I learned that a community gives clothes or food to people in need. And our club does give to community.
I learned that you should always help people that need help.
I learned that you should be kind to others, always share with others and respect others.
We’re here to support you
It’s important for children to understand the difference between needs and wants in order to live with gratitude, and to seek our meaningful relationships and uses of their time. One of the best ways to teach your child to be content with what she has is…
You, too, can grow children who use their resources to care about their neighbors and their larger world by promoting social responsibility within your family. Here are some ideas and ways for your kids and teens to make an impact in their community and beyond.
We often think about gratitude in November as we prepare for Thanksgiving, but let it fall to the wayside after the holidays. Practicing gratitude is something that you can weave into your family routine throughout the entire year. Here are a few ways you to start practicing gratitude as a family.
Thank you for helping develop kids with character inside and out