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Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta
At Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta, kids and teens are in a safe, positive, and engaging environment. Our programs are led by a team of fully-trained youth development professionals who not only work to prepare and inspire our youth but also expose them to opportunities that help them to reach their fullest potential. The diverse collection of programs offered at our Clubs are tailored to encourage growth in the three following areas:
Find a Club!
With 25 Clubs in 10 metro counties, BGCMA serves nearly 12,000 youth annually and 3,500 youth per day. Find a Club near you. We also operate Camp Kiwanis a year-round residence camp that provides a positive, challenging outdoor experience to the youth we serve.
Age of Children
BGCMA accepts applications for children between the ages of 6 and 18 years of age at each location. School sites may vary.
Please download the membership application, fill out completely and bring or fax it to the Club in which you are enrolling your child(ren). Find a club in your area.
Frequently Asked Questions
The cost is $50 per school year. Summer costs are extra and vary per club. Parents will be required to provide the child’s social security number as well as proof of income for eligibility.
*Fees at the Centers of Hope and Westside Atlanta Charter Clubs are on a sliding fee scale. Please contact your specific Club of interest for more information.
There is no weekly or monthly fee.
Scholarships are reviewed case by case and are dependent on availability.
No, we are a drop in facility and do not require attendance but recommend your child come at least three days per week.
Our fees are structured to be affordable; some Clubs can set up payment plans if necessary. There are no family discounts. The cost is $50 per child.
No. A fee must be paid at each Club if you transfer your child.
During the afterschool program, snacks are provided at no additional cost. During summer camp, breakfast and lunch are provided at no additional cost. The USDA is an equal opportunity provider.
Transportation varies per Club. Contact the Club directly to find out if schools will drop off at the Club or if your selected Club provides a route from your child’s school. Transportation is first come, first serve and can require a minimum amount of attendance to ensure members most in need are able to attend the Club. Transportation home from the Club is not provided.
We are currently open during Spring Break and Summer Camp. Please call the Club for other breaks, but generally Clubs are closed on corresponding county school holidays and full teacher work days.
Club visits are allowed during the school year and are limited to one day. Waivers must be signed prior to attending.
All youth are provided homework assistance. Tutoring is on a case by case basis and dependent on volunteers.
Athletic and sports programs are available at every Club. Our leagues are intramural. We offer basketball, flag football, soccer, baseball and softball, as well as swimming at certain locations. You must be a member of the Club to participate in a sports league.
Our programs are age-appropriate and geared to meet the needs and interests of various ages. There are several specific programs for every age, including teen programming.
Yes, we would love to have you as a volunteer. Please visit our volunteer page for instructions on how to sign up. You may discuss current opportunities with the Club director and then complete the volunteer enrollment process.
You must first become a member by paying the membership fee and complete a volunteer application.
Depends on your availability. To gain the most of your experience, we recommend setting up a schedule conducive to your talent and the Club’s needs.