Who We Are

In March 2012 the Boys & Girls Clubs of Stanislaus County was born, providing community-based, safe, and affordable programs during afterschool and summer hours as an alternative to being home alone or on the streets. We are proud to be chartered through the Boys & Girls Club of America, which has provided the nation’s youth with safe havens staffed by caring adult mentors for more than 100 years.

Our programs provide children a place to learn, play, explore, and build new skills designed to instill in each child a belief in their future success, personal responsibility, and a sense of community outreach. We offer tutoring, as well as programming in the areas of character development and leadership, health and life skills, education/career development, sports and fitness, and the arts all for only $10 per child per year.

Today’s Youth Are In Crisis

3 out of 10 kids won’t graduate on time
90% of Boys & Girls Clubs alumni have reported they earned a high school diploma or equivalent, according to a Harris Survey.

Juvenile Crimes Escalates between 3:00-7:00 p.m.; 15.1 million children are left unsupervised
Boys & Girls Clubs have their doors open every day afterschool when kids need them most.

3 out of 10 kids are obese or overweight
80% of Boys & Girls Clubs alumni said the Club had a positive impact on their attitude toward fitness” and health, according to a Harris Survey.

Click here to view or download our latest Impact Report.


Boys & Girls Clubs of Stanislaus County inspires and empowers all young people to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring individuals.

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