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Club 66

Founded in 1966, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Kern County is looking for a minimum of 66 members to commit to a month gift of $66, helping us raise over $52,000 annually.  it's the easiest and best way to offer dependable support to our youth in Kern County.

As a member, your monthly gift will provide educational activities for our members who would otherwise be left alone and unsupervised during non-school hours.

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Grants

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Kern County receives grants from corporations and foundations which allow us to provide additional programming and services for the over 7,500 children who attend the 59 program locations in Kern County annually.  If you have a grant opportunity that you feel is a good match for our mission, please contact Maggie Cushine at 661-325-3730. ext 239.

Donate

Every day after school in Kern County, over 7500 

children attend a Boys & Girls Club after school. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Kern County believes that every kid deserves a Great Future and your investment into the Boys & Girls Club will help us keep the doors open for the children in our community. Help us in opening doors for the kids in our community.

 

 

Volunteer

You have the power to make a difference!  We welcome the support of our community and caring people like you. Together, we can have a lasting impact on the lives of the children who need us most. There are more ways than one to make a difference.

 

Help by Volunteering

 

  • Homework Help and Basic Reading Skills

  • Help a teen learn web design or music mixing

  • Teach classes on painting, cooking, sewing, dancing, or acting

  • Athletic Mentorship and Coaching. Run a pool, ping pong, or foosball tournament

  • Lead a class in your field of expertise

  • Help a Club member with a creative writing or poetry

  • Field Trip AssistantAnd much more! 

These opportunities are open to individuals age 18 and up, who are committed to volunteering in the Clubs. Volunteer opportunities are also available to high school students who are looking to complete their community service hours for school.

 

Volunteer requirements:

 

  • Fill out a Volunteer application (provided at orientation.

  • Attend a Volunteer Orientation session. 

  • Pass a background check to ensure volunteer suitability.

Volunteer Orientation Locations: 

E.L. Jack and Monica Armstrong Youth Center

Date: 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month

Time: 5:00pm
Location: 801 Niles Street
For more information contact us at 661.325.3730

 

Stockdale Club

Date:1st and 3rd Friday of the month
Time: 5:00pm
Location: 5207 Young Street Suite 200
For more information contact us at 661.663.8733