GIVE THE GIFT OF A GREAT FUTURE
Salt Lake’s Boys & Girls Clubs help thousands of kids succeed in school, make healthy choices, and become good citizens.
You have the opportunity to help transform thousands of lives by getting involved with your local Boys & Girls Clubs.
Clubs closed: 5/29 - 6/9
Summer hours begin: 6/12
End of summer programming on: 8/14
Clubs closed: (training week): 8/14-8/18
Afterschool hours resume on : 8/21
464 Concord St, Salt Lake City, UT 84104
244 E Myrtle Ave, Murray, UT 84107
7631 Chapel St, Midvale, UT 84047
60 E 100 N, Price, UT 84501
141 N 600 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84116
968 Sugarmont Dr, Salt Lake City, UT 84106
310 S Main Street, Tooele, UT 84074
- Our mission is to inspire and empower youth to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. Boys & Girls Clubs give kids opportunities to succeed through programs that truly impact their lives. We help Club members: Graduate from high school on time with a plan for the future, engage in healthy behaviors and becoming fit for life, and develop strong character and become engaged citizens.
Give the Gift of Hope. Hope is the light that will lead our kids to life-changing success, and you are that light.
Explore a career in youth services, social work, education, child care, grant management, and many other career options.
Get involved and make a difference at your local Club.
Network with other local professionals who have a passion for community engagement and building business.
We recognize the following Community Partners make substantial investments in local Boys & Girls Clubs.
Registration: January 23 – March 3
Games: March 20 – April 17th
Sugar House Club
Registration: February 24 - April 21
Games: May 8 – June 8th
Sugar House Club
Registration Opens: April 21
Games: June 20 - August 24
Sugar House Club
Registration Opens: June 20
Games: September 5 - October 12
Registration Opens: August 28
Games: December 4 – February 23
Miller & SH Clubs
This December we're learning about disabilities, how they affect people, and how science is making every day tasks easier. Club kids are also learning how to advocate for themselves and their friends, how to help everyone get their needs met, and how to get involved in important discussions.
Ask your Club for more information on activities this month!
Every December, Clubs bring one teen who has stood out and exemplified leadership, passion for education, and understanding healthy lifestyles to give a speech about the impact of Club on their life and award scholarships. The winner of this contest is named Greater Salt Lake Youth of the Year and they become a representative of our Clubs and an advocate for issues youth face today in their community.
How Boys & Girls Clubs Help
5909Youth Served Clubs provide a safe place to play, grow and learn while empowering youth to excel in school, become good citizens and lead healthy, productive lives.
55Staff Trainings Staff are trained to set clear behavioral expectations and use the praise to encourage youth. Staff demonstrate the behaviors they wish youth to emulate.
34,754Meals Served Clubs are committed to supplying healthy and balanced foods for youth. Teens participate in cooking lessons using club kitchens to learn how to prepare a nutritious meal.
1Good Character & Citizenship Yoaltici was selected as 2023 Greater Salt Lake Youth of the Year. She is on track to graduate and persue her goals to become a lawyer so she can help others.
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