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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

Whatever It Takes… to be a HERO

Whatever It Takes… to be a HERO

  We ask our Members: Do you have what it takes to be a HERO? The HERO Challenge stands for "Helping Each Other Realize Opportunities," and it combines group and individualized mentoring to at-risk youth. Throughout the week, these HEROs engage in fun group activities to foster teamwork,

Staff Spotlight  - Genaris Haston

Staff Spotlight - Genaris Haston

Genaris Haston joined Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County in 2014. His experience working with some of our community’s most challenged youth as a Corrections Officer, Counselor and Mentor matched perfectly our need for a Prevention Director for a new program called the HERO (Helping Each Other

2018 Great Futures Dinner

2018 Great Futures Dinner

BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF MARTIN COUNTY TO HOST ANNUAL GREAT FUTURES DINNER Dinner to Unite BGCMC Supporters, Club Members, Alumni and Volunteers of the Organization   STUART (October 2018) – The Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County will host its annual Great Futures Dinner, on November 15th at

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County Received the True Value Paint a Brighter Future Award

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County Received the True Value Paint a Brighter Future Award

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County has received the True Value Paint a Brighter Future award two consecutive years in a row. In receiving the paint, we have been able to make a positive difference in the appearance of our Club. In 2017, at our Indiantown Club, the repainting of our Game Room

Intent to Apply – 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant Funding

Intent to Apply – 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 out of school time (OST) programming at the following public schools:

Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County Success Stories: Genesis

What does a success story mean to you? At the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County we believe a success story is when life changing work takes place and gives Martin County youth the hope and opportunity to grow. We'd like to share some of these success stories with you so you can see the influence