Building Great Futures in 2020 and Beyond
The uncertainty we all felt in 2020 was the same kind of uncertainty so many Club members have come to know all too often. Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater High Point has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges it created by making sure Club members have all they need to reach their Great Futures! Learn more about how the Clubs are adapting to meet the needs of Club members and how you can help us continue to do Whatever It Takes To Build Great Futures!
About Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater High Point
At Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater High Point, our mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. We operate 5 Club sites in High Point and Asheboro, NC along with the David R. Hayworth Swimming Center. All children ages 6-18 years old are accepted into our Clubs and yearly membership fees are kept at $2.00 so that our services are accessible to those who need us most. With membership at the Club, children receive award winning programs from trained and caring staff that includes homework assistance and fitness activities. A hot meal and a snack are also provided each day to members in a fun and safe environment.
Boys and Girls Club of Greater High Point receives MAJOR gift!!
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater High Point hires new CEO, Floyd Johnson!
Be Great Dinner 2019
Win a weekend trip for two to New York City with our 2019 Raffle!
Celebration Station Fun!
Your donation can make the difference in the life of a local child today. Your support ensures that we can provide life changing programs to children that need us the most. Please consider making a gift that will help us continue pursuing this vital mission.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of America Make A Difference.
According to Boys & Girls Clubs of America Youth Outcome Data
Graduate High School
99% of Club teens expect to graduate from high school and 88% expect to complete some kind of post-secondary education.
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