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Welcome to the Inside Out Club

Welcome to the Inside Out Club

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Meet Marion

Hear how growing up as one of 7 kids led her to start this organization

Bullying, mental health, and stress are real problems for kids

Help your child by equipping them with the character skills – choosing kindness, working well with others, using empathy, persevering when it’s hard, being thankful and more – that they need to thrive in school, life and later in their careers

With these skills in their pocket your child will be more prepared to handle and possible avoid some of life’s challenges – stress, bullies, anxiety, and depression – as they grow into healthy young adults

You and your family (or group) will love our unique and fun opportunities to build these skills

7th-8th Graders

New! Business Designers 4 Good 

  1. Entrepreneurship
  2. Social Responsibility
  3. Emotional Intelligence
  4. Leadership

More information coming soon

Groups of Kids or Adults

Partner with Inside Out Club

  • Scout Troops
  • Schools (PTA, etc.)
  • Youth Groups
  • Businesses

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Children participated in the Inside Out Club programs since 2015

Projects created with love by Inside Out Club kids for those in need

Items collected by Inside Out Club kids for our nonprofit partners

Our mission is to empower kids to live each day with good character. Our vision is that each child we serve gives back and makes a positive impact on the world around them.

What people are saying

Aria, Age 8

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.

2nd-Grade Parent

What people are saying

Aria, Age 8

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.

2nd-Grade Parent

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