Since 2012, Boys & Girls Club of Flagstaff has provided kids with the following:
Safe place to learn and grow
Life-enhancing programs and character development experiences
Ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals
Hope and Opportunity
To inspire and enable all young people especially those that need us the most to become productive, caring and responsible citizens.
Each year the Club provides after school and summer programs for school-aged youth. The Club emphasizes positive values in the relationships members have with each other and adult leaders. It helps young people make appropriate choices in their physical, educational, social, emotional, and vocational lives. Focusing on character and leadership, healthy lifestyles, education and career, and the arts in an effort to reach deeper into the lives of those we serve, impacting them in a lasting, comprehensive way.
Our goal is to provide a safe place for our youth, to arm them with the necessary tools to avoid unhealthy behaviors, and to build self-esteem to allow them to become confident individuals and impactful adults.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Research shows that clubs across the country play a key role in reducing delinquency, increasing academic
achievement among youth and enhancing their access to technology and skills. Clubs increase career goals and improve the attitude of youth towards school. Every dollar invested into an area Boys & Girls Club returns $9.60 in current and future earnings and cost-savings to the community.
What are the Boys & Girls Clubs all about?
Our mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.
What age kids do you serve?
What does it cost to become a Club member?
Our annual membership fee is $20, a cost we keep low so that all children can have the chance to belong to a Club. Additional fees apply for participation in specific programs, such as afterschool program, Summer Brain Gain and organized athletics.
What if I can’t afford the fees?
Financial aid is available to prevent cost from being a barrier to participation. Financial aid applications are accepted:
School Year Programs: August 1st- April 31st
Summer Programs: May 1st– August 1st
When are the Clubs open?
Generally, the Clubs are open from after school until early evening. But hours vary, so contact your local Club for specific information.
Can my child bring a electronic device (tablet, cellphone, etc)?
Yes, but can only be out during designated technology specific programming or if properly communicate with Program Director.
Is transportation available from my child’s school to the Club?
Yes, for some. Contact your local Club for information about specific schools.
Do the Clubs have summer programs?
Yes! Our Clubs provide a variety of activities in the summer, including many day camps such as NASA Camp, sports camp and adventure camp. For a complete list, visit our summer camp page or contact your local Club.
What does “drop-in” mean?
It means that members are free to enter and leave the Club during the day. It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to instruct children when they should leave the Club.
How are donations used?
Donations allow us to keep our services affordable. For example, while our membership fee is $20 per year, on average it costs us well over $500 per year to serve one child. We rely on donations to fill that funding gap and to keep our services affordable for the 1,000 kids we serve each year. For children and teens from families in need, we often give scholarships to cover the membership cost.