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AmeriCorps wants you Help wanted for those who want to help others in need

AmeriCorps wants you Help wanted for those who want to help others in need

HOBE SOUND—From feeding families in need to helping children learn to read, they emerged during the pandemic as a different kind of rapid responders. Now they’re recruiting a new task as the social concerns of a community in crisis continue. So for anyone looking to rediscover their purpose,

Concentrating meal service to area of greatest need, Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County starts phased reopening of two clubs June 1

MARTIN COUNTY—The kids can still log in, and soon, they’ll be able to walk in as the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County (BGCMC) begins officially reopening select locations June 1. More than three months since closing the doors of its four locations, launching a massive meals operations, and

Intent to Apply / Intención de solicitar – 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant Funding

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County hereby notifies the local community of our intention to apply to the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant Program through the Florida Department of Education to support our of school time (OST) programming for J.D. Parker Elementary students.  

As crisis expands, so does Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County food program, adding distribution sites and now feeding parents, too

As crisis expands, so does Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County food program, adding distribution sites and now feeding parents, too

  What started as food relief strictly for children in need is now expanding to families and adding—for at least one week—new pick-up locations in south Martin County. What’s new: Since March 17  Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County (BGCMC) has provided free meals to children under age

Despite closing clubs, Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County still providing free meals for any community children in need

  MARTIN COUNTY—With precautions around COVID-19 prompting the temporary closure of its four clubs, Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County is unfortunately currently unable to provide its signature safe havens and positive mentorships for its nearly 2,000 club members. But that hasn’t stopped it

Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County closes doors March 16-27

Tracking with school district, Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County closes doors March 16-27   MARTIN COUNTY—To help avoid any potential health risks associated with the new coronavirus known as COVID-19, Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County is closing Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27,

Whatever It Takes… to Mentor a Student

Whatever It Takes… to Mentor a Student

Through a grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service (via Volunteer Florida), our school-based AmeriCorps program operated in all 5 Martin County middle schools during the 2018-19 school year to provide mentoring and intervention services to nearly 600 students at risk of dropping

Whatever It Takes… to Change a Community

Whatever It Takes… to Change a Community

Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County was excited to co-host with the Hobe Sound Community Chest an “On the Table” conversation. On the Table is organized by the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties with support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. On one day,

Whatever It Takes… to Experience the Arts

Whatever It Takes… to Experience the Arts

Since 2019, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County (BGCMC) has had great success implementing the Power of Art Program (POA). We partnered with Visionary School of the Arts and their POA program to deliver an impactful arts education program. POA is offered weekly to all of our Club members. It is

Whatever It Takes… to Nourish a Community

Whatever It Takes… to Nourish a Community

What started just two years ago with an endowment from the Tom and Ann Cousins Education Foundation to the Boys & Girls Club of Martin County (BGCMC) for a community garden in the Carter Park neighborhood of Indiantown has become a huge success! The Indiantown Community Garden, under the