Lawrenceville Boys & Girls Club
Amos Nsengijunva is one of the most dedicated volunteers at Lawrenceville Boys & Girls Club. As a child he and his family were exiled from Burundi, East Africa due to civil war. For over five years Amos and his family lived in various countries before finally coming to the U.S. Despite all the suffering and hardship over the years, his only goal in life is to make the world a better place. Since becoming a volunteer at the Club, Amos has be a dedicated to tutor and mentor for his Club members. He scrapes up gas money so that his brother can drive him to the Club throughout the week. If money is low, he has been known to walk 45 minutes to and from the Club so he won’t miss a session with Club members. Hands down Amos is one of the most influential volunteers at the Club. Thanks Amos for everything you do!
If you’re interested in membership at the Lawrenceville Boys & Girls Club or any of our Metro Atlanta clubs, please download the membership application. Then, complete and return the application to the club.
The Club opened in 1987 in a little house on Perry Street in Lawrenceville, which during that time was an all Boys Club. In 1990, the club relocated to its current location, which was formerly the Old Fair Grounds Building, as well as the former location of the Ezzra Charles Boxing Center. Through the generous donation and involvement of Mr. James F. Pack, in 2006, the construction of The James F. Pack Teen Center was made possible.
Special Programs & Activities
- Judo Program
- Kokor-Bushi-Do (a form of self-defense)
- A.C.E Tennis Program
- Mentor Program
- Parents Association
Lawrenceville Boys & Girls Club pick-up & drop-off school list:
We pick up from these schools
- Give Center East (Located across from Gwinnett County Correctional Facility)
These schools drop off at our club
- Central Gwinnett High
- Richards Middle School
- Cedar Hill Elementary School
- Winn Holt Elementary School
- Lawrenceville Elementary School