Our programs develop healthy children who are successful in school, make positive life choices, and live in supportive families. Each program addresses a local need of children and their families.
Now it is more important than ever to make sure our children have the tools necessary to make their own healthy choices. These include programs like
Kids In The Kitchen – Teaching children culinary skills and exposing them to healthy choices
SMART Moves – Learn how to navigate potentially troublesome social situations
T.R.A.I.L – Diabetes prevention program for Native youth.
Men Making Memories (M3) – engage young boys in discussions and activities that reinforce character, leadership and positive behavior.
Our education programs provide support for in-school learning by helping kids keep-up, catch-up and stay engaged in school. Our education programs also expose kids to the arts and technology and prepare them for post-secondary education and careers.
Power Hour – Homework assistance every day
Money Matters – Teaching financial literacy to teens
DIY STEM– Engage in fun activities through Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Career Launch – Taking initial steps toward a bright future
Character & Leadership
These programs help youth become responsible, caring citizens and acquire skills to participate the democratic process. Program participants also develop leadership skills and gain opportunities for planning, decision-making, contributing to Club and community and celebrating our national heritage.
These programs are designed to foster creativity in young people, and give them outlets for self-expression. From photography to sewing, our arts programs have something that will inspire everyone.
Badges for Baseball
In hundreds of communities across America, vulnerable youth and law enforcement are joining forces to play and learn—building positive connections in the process. They’re part of our signature Badges for Baseball program, created in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Justice. The life-skills training program pairs at-risk youth with law enforcement mentors from local communities who use team sports to teach valuable life lessons. Devised to deter juvenile delinquency, Badges targets America’s most vulnerable youth, including those in low-income families and single-parent homes, children of parents on active military duty, and youth with disabilities. Equally important, Badges helps repair contentious relationships between inner-city youth and law enforcement.
Learn more about our three summer camps offered across our Cogdill and Killip extension sites. Youth will be engaged through our programming, field trips, and more!
Youth of the Year
Youth of the Year is Boys & Girls Club of Flagstaff’s premier recognition program. It is our signature effort to foster a new generation of leaders, fully prepared to live and lead in a diverse, global and integrated world economy.
Teens can hang out with friends, connect with caring mentors, and participate in fun activities like sports, arts, and volunteerism. Every day teens are out and about doing something new! From planning and implementing service projects to growing their leadership skills through team challenges, this is an exciting program that teens will love! 7th-12th Grade.
The Boys & Girls Club of Flagstaff offers several programs tailored to our community’s Native Youth over four residential sites. Learn more about the programs below!
Club on the Go Bags
Have a Club experience at home! Created as a response to Covid-19, the Club on the Go Bag program provides members with a week’s worth of activities and snacks.