Making the Socially Awkward, Socially Active.

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The Video Game Clubs of America is a 501c3 organization and relies on donations to make our dreams a reality.  With your donation you will be providing funds to establish Video Game Clubs in every secondary school in America and empower the socially awkward to become socially active.

Purpose Driven.

Our Dream.

We will establish Video Game Clubs in every secondary school in the United States, through which the socially awkward will become the socially active.  No one should ever eat alone in a VGC world.

Our Story.

Started in 2014 by three students and a teacher, the Career Magnet School Video Game Club has successfully raised thousands of dollars for charity and encouraged social activism in their local community.

Your Kids. is here to help you start a Video Game Club in your school.  We will supply you with a Nintendo Wii starter kit, sample release forms and ideas for getting the socially awkward in your building to be socially active members of society. 

The Vision and Mission.

  • We believe that through video game clubs, students will break down stereotypes imposed by the "Cliques" and "Labels" of the American Educational setting.
  • Through a well defined curricular approach, we have the opportunity to establish new cultural understandings within traditionally ladened schools.
  • It is our intention to develop and support socially active video game clubs in every Secondary School in the United States.

Start a Video Game Club today!


See that kid in the corner?  

They would appreciate it.

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Video Game Clubs of America is an equal opportunity organization committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education and employment. The VGCUSA does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, age, national origin or disability in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment policies, scholarships, programs and activities.