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Frequently Asked Questions

What is your mission?
The mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Richland County is to enhance the education, social, and moral development of Richland County's youth, ages 6-18 years old, especially those who need us most.
What does the Boys & Girls Club offer to kids?
In a nutshell the Boys & Girls Club of Richland County (BGCRC) is a safe place for kids that is supervised by paid professional staff who offer fun and engaging programs for kids every day at an affordable price. The Club offers a wide variety of programs to meet the needs of various ages and interests. The Boys & Girls Club offer something for every young person.
How old do the kids have to be?
BGCRC serves young people between the ages of 6-18 years old.
Are there volunteer opportunities available?
Yes! We have many volunteer positions to meet our schedule, interests and desired location. Please see Volunteer Opportunities to review the types of positions available.
Are you a not-for-profit? Are donations tax-deductible?
The Boys & Girls Club of Richland County is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization. We have been enhancing the educational, social and moral development of youth in Richland County since 2004. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
How can I sign up my child?
You will need to complete a membership application either by visiting the Club, completing the application on-line, or download, print and complete by hand. Membership is $75 for one year. Family Memberships are $125.
Why is membership only $75 per year?
We keep our membership fees low so all children have the opportunity to belong to a Boys & Girls Club. As a not-for-profit agency, we are able to serve youth through the support of the community. Contributions are encouraged to further support the Boys & Girls Club so we can employ trained professionals and offer a wide array of programs.  We do charge $10 per week to help supplement the after school program with a $5 charge for additional children.
How is the Boys & Girls Club of Richland County different from other youth organizations?
The BGCRC is focused solely on serving the youth who need us most. Our Club is a dedicated facility designed specifically for young people. As a result our members find a unique sense of belonging at the Club. The Clubs are open every day after school and are supervised by trained youth development professionals and not just volunteers. The Club offer a wide variety of programs that enhance education, build character, cultivate creativity, encourage fitness & teamwork, and teach important life skills.
Do you accept donations of gently-used items?
We accept donations of items that are in good condition and can definitely be used by our Club. Please visit our wish list page to see what we can use. To donate an item please call (406)433-6763 to make arrangements.
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