+ What Programs does the boys & girls clubs of the peninsula offer?
The range of club programs, activities, and services include educational support, tutoring, mentoring, career counseling, college application support, computer training, fine arts, athletics, before-school and after-school childcare, and nutritious snacks and meals.
+ What are the hours of operation?
Please visit our locations page under 'Contact Us' for specific times pertaining to the location in which your child is enrolled.
+ How much does it cost to enroll my child?
There are no fees to participate in our school-site programs. It costs $50 for a K-8th grader to be a clubhouse member during the school year, and $50 for a K-5th grader to be a member during the summer. Clubhouse membership is free for 9th-12th graders. Discounts are given for multiple children. No child is ever turned away for lack of funds.
+ Are there any other fees involved with enrollment?
+ Who can I contact in case of an emergency?
Please contact the clubhouse director or school site directly at the phone number listed on this page [link]
+ Do younger and older club members interact with each other?
While supervised opportunities do exist for mentoring and role-modeling, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula is fortunate to have age-specific, developmentally-appropriate programming designed specifically for each age group.
+ How many children does the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula serve?
Across our nine sites in East Palo Alto, eastern Menlo Park, and the Fair Oaks neighborhood of Redwood City, the club serves 1,800 students in kindergarten through 12th grade throughout the school year and during the summer.
+ Are clubhouses open during the summer?
Yes! Please visit [link] for information about our summer programs.
+ Where does The boys & girls clubs of the peninsula get its funding?
BGCP, an independent non-profit organization, relies solely on the generosity of individuals, businesses, and partners who donate money, time, skills, and knowledge.