Boys & Girls Club Blog

Volunteer Opportunities at the Club

The Boys & Girls Club is always looking for volunteers who are interested in making a positive impact in the lives of youth and giving back to the community. Our volunteer opportunities include playing a game with members in our gamesroom, helping with arts and crafts projects, working with members to complete homework or improve in reading or a subject that they may be struggling with, or even helping coach or referee a sport or game in the gym.

Since we serve youth ages 6-18, there are so many different ways to get involved and a large variety of programs and activates to help with. Our members love the extra attention they often receive from our volunteers when they are here, and when volunteers give of their time and talents and provide additional hands on deck, we as an organization are able to take our programs and services to the next level. So much of what we offer would not be possible without the extra help that so many of you willingly give.

If you are interested in getting involved around the holidays, there are a number of upcoming opportunities. On November 21, we are celebrating Thanksgiving with a meal, bingo and some Thanksgiving crafts. If you would like to help serve food, call numbers for bingo or help with a craft, we would love to help you get involved. On December 11th, we will be having a Christmas party for our members. We are specifically looking for volunteers to help members wrap presents that they have picked out for their parents from a variety of donations we receive for the event or helping a member create special Christmas crafts.

Volunteer opportunities are endless and are based on your interests. There is not a minimum or maximum number of hours required. All volunteers must complete a volunteer application and background check form before volunteering with Club members. If you are interested in volunteering or learning more about our programs, please contact Program Director Danielle Bittelman at (920) 233-1414, ext. 124 or email at

Written by: Danielle Bittelman, Program Director