Become A Volunteer!

You Can Make a Difference!

Successful organizations recognize the importance of volunteers. At the Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County, we value your willingness to help us help kids! We have volunteer opportunities at all of our locations, on our board, at our events, and community service projects.

Volunteering opportunities are available to community members who are 18 years or older, who are able to commit at least one hour per week, every week, for at least 3 months. Volunteers are welcome to spend their time at the Club during our regular hours – 3:30pm-7:00pm, Monday through Friday.

Our volunteers get to choose which program area or activity they’re a part of. We have activities running in the gym, the art room, the games room (foosball, pool, card games, board games, etc.), as well as the education center. Our area of highest need is the education center during “Power Hour”, which is our dedicated homework hour. Your duty as a volunteer is to help the Club members in their activities, participate along with them, and to serve as a positive role model; if you choose to be in Power Hour, you serve as a tutor for the kids who may need extra help.

At this time, we are not currently accepting volunteers seeking to fulfill community service requirements or school projects (with the exception of those under the age of 18, who may be able to find opportunities at the Meridian Club – please contact us). Our Club members benefit most from volunteers who have a genuine desire to help our community’s youth.



Please contact the following parties for group volunteer opportunities:

Meridian Club: Noah Hills, Unit Director

Moseley Center: Anne Westfall, Unit Director

Marketing & Development: Jodi Gempler, Director of Development

Events: Kandis Schneehagen, Director of Administration

Interested in Volunteering?
Please fill out this form

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