Volunteers are needed to serve as mentors, tutors, coaches, art and computer teachers and more – you tell us your interests and we’ll match you with a Boys & Girls Club near you.
Volunteers at Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County get the training and support needed to be successful.
Whether you tutor, volunteer, mentor, donate or educate others about the dropout epidemic, you can help us put all children on the path to a great future.
Volunteers are required to fill out a volunteer application. Please download the application and when completed in full, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Safety First
Our children’s safety at the Clubs is our number one priority; therefore everyone is required to have a background check before being approved to volunteer.
3. Get Matched
Once approved, we will work with you to match you with one of our many volunteer opportunities that suits your skills and interests.
Sponsor a program
Please check out our events to view sponsorship opportunities.
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Make a Difference - Mentor
BGCMC Celebrates National Mentoring Month
Through mentoring, you can make a difference in the life of a young person in a lot of ways, and the most important is just to be there. Mentoring creates meaningful connections that can positively impact the lives of both mentor and mentee. Those who receive mentorship are more likely to see improved academic, social, and economic prospects. Those who mentor are able to build important leadership and management skills, while giving back to their community.
There are 46 million young people, aged 8 - 18
, living in America. 16 million of them are growing up without a mentor
. That's one out of every three young people who, outside of their family at home, don't have a trusted adult who they believe they can turn to for advice and guidance. Of those young people, 9 million face a variety of day-to-day challenges that put them at-risk for falling off track. That means that every mentorship matters
Read the White House's Presidential Proclamation
Watch the first in a video series as we celebrate and honor Stuart Police Chief David Dyess for his commitment to mentoring local youth.