The Boys and Girls Club is a project established to provide children and young people between 6 and 18 years old who are at risk with a safe and healthy space that fosters creativity, innovation, and the physical and intellectual development. This is a space that provides extracurricular educational, artistic, and recreational activities that promote positive values and community integration.
The Tecámac campus comprises three main buildings: the educational building, with classrooms, library and administrative spaces; the arts building, focused on activities such as dance, martial arts, performing arts, and exhibition spaces for the visual arts; and a third sports building including a large roofed gym equipped for physical activities. The three buildings are linked by a long corridor that represents the idea of education as the backbone of the development of society: its 24 arches represent each of the human vertebrae.
The building became a reality thanks to the generosity of numerous companies and individuals who contributed to this noble cause.