The Boys & Girls Club of the Coastside is a place to go for fun, for meeting friends, for caring adult support. It is a place to learn and grow through life enhancing programs and character development experiences. We are about hope and opportunity.
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Once a year the Boys & Girls Club of the Coastside (BGCC) hosts an event to help raise funds for our programs. This year we will be celebrating "A place to become..." continuing our efforts towards Building Great Futures for the Coastside Youth.
The Boys and Girls Club of the Coastside announced Jill Jacobson, an educator with a background in non-profit and small business management, as the organization’s new executive director. Jacobson, a Coastside resident for more than 25 years, earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and history from the University of Michigan. During her time on […]Read More
"I think Boys & Girls Club is a great thing to do after school because you get a lot of help with homework and you get to go outside and hang out with friends and play sports."
"The Club is a cool and fun place where I go to do my homework. After I started to go to the Club my grades drastically improved."
"The Boys & Girls Club is the place to be when you need to do homework. You can use the computers and printers and get help from one of the volunteers or staff. The Club is also fun because Niles, Caitlen, Laura and Sebastian are so funny."
"What Boys & Girls Club of the Coastside means to me: The Club is a place to come and do homework. It's also a place to come and hang out with friends. The Club is a lot of fun. We have field trips, activities, and all kinds of other things. The Staff is very nice and helpful and I don't think I could have done as well as I did in school without them. To me the Club is a home and we are all one big family."
"When I first came to the Club I was in 6th grade, I was stubborn and argued a lot. The Staff was patient with me and helped me improve my attitude. I came into 8th grade a changed student. The Boys & Girls Club of the Coastside put me on the right path."