According to BGCMC Club Members ...
85% of our Club Members ages 6-12 expect to attend college
93% of teens expect to attend college, with half (49%) saying they expect to obtain a master's degree, MD, or PhD
92% of Club Members here in Martin County told us they're meeting the expectations staff have for them
Eight in ten (78%) Members are engaging in the recommended amount of daily physical activity
92% of Club Members have abstained from alcohol
92% of Club Members have abstained from tobacco use
According to Club Families ...
91% of parents say their child's academic performance improved last school year because of the Club
97% said their child was more prepared for school each day as a result of his or child's involvement in our Academic Success programming
94% of parents agreed that as a result of their children's experience at the Club, his or her self-esteem improved
88% parents strongly agreed or agreed that their child has a stronger sense of community service and doing things for others as a result of the Club
81% of parents said their child has developed a better understanding of positive lifestyles and healthy behaviors because of the Clubs
88% of parents say their child has a positive relationship with an adult such as staff, volunteers, or a coach as a result of attending the Club
Who we serve
$1,800 is the cost that the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County pays for each member per year.
Our award-winning afterschool programs are available to all children aged 6 to 18 in five club locations - Hobe Sound, Indiantown, Palm City, Port Salerno and Stuart. The annual membership fee is $35 for the school year, $275 for summer break, and teens may join at no charge.
$50 Discount: Pay the Summer Program fee in one full payment by June 1 and the fee is just $225 per member - ages 6 to 12. Teens Are FREE, all year-round!
Download the 2016 Membership Application here. Call 772-755-1255 if you have questions.
BGCMC recently received the award for top overall Boys & Girls Club program in the state by the Florida Area Council for Be READy, an early literacy initiative that the organization designed and created in 2012. Full release here