The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee has helped kids and teens since 1887, when Annabell Cook Whitcomb transformed two basement rooms at Plymouth Church on Milwaukee’s East Side into a club for boys.
Today, it's the largest youth-serving agency in the city and has grown to be one of the largest Boys & Girls Clubs in the country.
Tonight, tune in on your favorite device (or set the DVR or, heck, wait until the social media post about it later) to "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to learn more about Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee. The show airs on ABC.
Mike Suszek, digital marketing coordinator at the clubs, confirmed that a "local staff member and a few Milwaukee kids" will be on the show tonight.
In a tweet today, the Boys and Girls Clubs noted it is "excited" about "a special opportunity" on Kimmel's late-night show.
We're excited to have had a special opportunity with @JimmyKimmelLive recently... tune in to the show tonight on ABC @ 10:35pm CT! 😁 — Boys & Girls Clubs (@BGCMilwaukee) August 9, 2017
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