Lawrence Police School Resource Officer Jonathan Armano (left) and Lawrence Police Detective Marco Ayala demonstrated lifesaving skills and equipment during a water safety presentation on the first day of ZAC Camp at the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence on April 22. + Read More
A neutral cafeteria wall spanning 40 feet at the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence (BGCL) has been transformed in color and spirit by Elevated Thought Foundation, an art-based nonprofit organization that serves and inspires communities in need. + Read More
Kim Garbarino is a lifelong swimmer whose involvement with the Boys & Girls Clubs dates back to the 1970s, when he trained under coach Tony Pavone on the Golden Gloves boxing team in his native Lynn. On April 25, the 56-year-old Winthrop resident will inspire a new generation with his story of goal-setting and perseverance in swimming the English Channel at the ZAC swim camp closing ceremony on Friday, April 25, 12-1 p.m., at BGCL. + Read More
96% of our teen members graduate from high school and go on to college.
More than 4,000 community service hours were performed by Club youth in 2013.
100% of our kids learn respect, fair play, and personal responsibility.
Our successful programs attract more than 500 kids daily.
More families than ever rely on us for meals and a safe place for their kids.
State and local budget cuts hurt youth development funding.
Every child matters, and every child is our future.
Join in our mission to help some of the poorest children in the Commonwealth. We make a difference in the lives of these children by giving them hope, direction, programs, services, and love.
It costs $850 to provide one child with recreational and educational support for a year. Can you help?
For more information, call Director of Development Dennis McCarthy at 978.683.2747, ext. 118.