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FAQ

Q: What programs does the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket offer?

A: The Club has a wide variety of programs for pre-teens and teens designed to enrich the lives of our kids in five comprehensive categories... more »

FAQ


What programs does the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket offer?
What are hours of operation?
How much does an annual membership cost?
Is transportation provided?
Are there any bilingual employees?
Do the younger and older Club members interact with each other?
How many children does the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket serve?
Is the Club open during the summer?
Where does the Club get its funding?
Do people remain connected to the Club?


Q: What programs does the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket offer?
A: The range of Club programs, activities and services include educational support, tutoring, mentoring, career counseling, computer training, fine arts, athletics, before-school and after-school childcare, and meals.

Q: What are the hours of operation?
A: The Club is open Monday-Friday between 6:30am and 9:00pm. Please call 401.722.8840 for specific times pertaining to the program your child is in.

Q: How much does an annual membership cost?
A: Only $30 per year (for Pawtucket/Central Fall residents), $50 per year for all other cities and towns, gives a child a safe haven, delivering programs, activities and mentoring.

Q: Are there any bilingual employees?
A: Yes. The Club has Spanish, Creole and Portuguese speaking employees.

Q: How much does an annual membership cost?
A: Only $30 per year (for Pawtucket/Central Fall residents), $50 per year for all other cities and towns, gives a child a safe haven, delivering programs, activities and mentoring.

Q: Do the younger and older Club members interact with each other?
A: While supervised opportunities do exist for mentoring, role-modeling, and more, the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket is fortunate to have program areas designed specifically for pre-teen and teen members.

Q: How many children does the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket serve?
A: The Club serves thousands of children and their families each year. The Club is Pawtucket’s second most active child development agency, following only the city’s school system.

Q: Is the Club open during the summer?
A: Yes. Camp Ramsbottom in Rehoboth, MA is the premiere location for nearly 1,000 campers each day. Locally, the Elson Clubhouse offers a variety of specialty programs for pre-teens and teens.

Q: Where does the Club get its funding?
A: The Club, an independent non-profit organization, relies on the generosity of individuals, businesses and foundations who donate money as well as time, expertise and knowledge.

Q: Do people remain connected to the Club?
A: The Club has alums numbering in the tens of thousands, living locally and across the country. Today, many Club alums are involved in assisting the Club through service on boards and committees and through financial support. If you are a alum of the Boys & Girls Club, let us know how you are doing. You can sign up for the Club e-news or email the Club at agravell@bgcpawt.org.

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