Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Flint
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Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Flint

 

We will inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.

 

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Flint is a safe place to learn, grow and have fun!

It is truly the positive place for kids.

The Club reopened its doors in 2004 to serve youngsters between the ages of 7 to 17 in Flint and the surrounding areas. Open after school, in the summer and for occasional weekend events, the Club offers many positive and fun programs to its over 1,800 members. The Club serves around 300 kids per day after school and up to 500 per day in the summer.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Flint gives children an opportunity to elevate themselves in the community. The building-centered effort provides a safe haven for children. Programs are designed to benefit children socially, physically, economically and educationally, building a foundation for future successes personally, and leading to a positive future for Flint and Genesee County.

 

Contact

Main site

3701 N. Averill Ave.
Flint, MI 48506

Summer site

1261 W. Bristol Rd.
Flint, MI 48507

phone

(810) 249-3413

hours

Office: 9 AM - 5 PM
After School: 3 - 8 PM
Summer: Noon - 5 PM

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Community Reach in 2017

 
 

1,438

registered club members

2,673

youth served through community outreach

4,111

Total youth served

5,736

No-cost snacks provided

12,264

No-cost meals provided

 
 

Member Demographics

 
 

68%

ages 12 and younger

32%

teens

91%

minority races or ethnicities

77%

qualify for free or reduced-priced lunch 

64%

live in single parent households

 

In a Harris Interactive survey, 54% of Boys & Girls Club alumni said the Club "saved my life."

Boys & Girls Clubs of America 2017 National Youth Outcomes Initiative Report

 

Community Partners

 
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