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Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Redlands-Riverside

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Redlands-Riverside have been serving youth in communities within the Inland Empire since 1967.

Our team at Boys & Girls Clubs cares about the kids in our community and work hard daily to make sure they have the best experience possible.

When the kids arrive each day at 2pm they are greeted by the smiling faces of our team ready to mentor. The day starts with a little recreation free time and leads right into a FULL HOUR OF HOMEWORK TIME, Power Hour. This hour is dedicated to studies, homework completion and extra tutoring in specific areas when needed. After Power Hour the kids have a choice of programs and activities to engage in with fellow members and staff. Some daily programs include:

  • Triple Play: Sports, Fitness & Health
  • Art Programs
  • Money Matters : Financial Literacy
  • SMART Girls: Self Esteem and Leadership
  • KeyStone & Torch Club: Community Service
  • Bright Spot: Literacy Program
  • College Bound: Teen Support Programming
  • Computer Lab: Skill Tech
  • And many, many more...

Our goal is to give kids the tools they need to succeed! We focus on the whole child including their background and circumstances to provide scholarships and opportunities for participation. You can help make sure that all kids have the opportunity to be a part of Boys & Girls Clubs and the access to a GREAT FUTURE!

Boys & Girls Clubs help young people




Our mission is to enable youth, especially those that need us most, to reach their full potential as caring, productive, responsible citizens.

About Us:

Clubs provide diversified activities that meet the interests of all young people. Clubs offer program activities in five areas:

  • Character & Leadership Development
  • Health & Life Skills
  • Education & Career Development
  • The Arts
  • Sports, Fitness & Recreation

Our programs and outreach increase the positive impact on the young people who need it most. Trained professionals and staff provide positive adult mentors and role models. Nationally recognized programs help young people succeed in school, stay healthy, learn important life skills, pursue interests in the arts and sports, and explore vocational and career choices.

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