Boys & Girls Clubs offer a wide range of after-school and summer programs for youth ages 6 to 18 that focus on healthy lifestyles, academic success, good character and citizenship.
Did you know
- Helping children strengthen basic academic skills builds confidence, helps them stay on track to graduate high school and sets the stage for lifelong learning
- Programs that reinforce positive character traits help children build key skills like teamwork and appreciation for diversity; they also encourage children to make positive investments in their communities through service to others
- Learning about healthy lifestyles at a young age builds fundamental athletic skills and encourages children to avoid drugs, alcohol and tobacco
The Brentwood Boys & Girls Club was founded in 2006 by the Boys & Girls Club of Wake County, with a monetary gift from the Junior League of Raleigh, to serve at-risk Hispanic youth.
League volunteers throughout the traditional school year teach students life skills, provide one-on-one homework help. They assist with educational activities and creative projects, ranging from arts and crafts to technology, and plan special events.
Please contact BBGC@jlraleigh.org if you have questions or are interested in sponsoring a child’s membership to the Brentwood Boys & Girls Club.