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Boys and Girls Club

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*This program is not currently running but will resume in fall semester*

What is Boys and Girls Club?

The Boys and Girls Club allows students to serve lower-income families in the community. When you volunteer with the Boys and Girls Club, you will be able to participate in various initiatives such as putting together meal boxes with basic pantry items year-round, setting up for and serving at an annual dinner for donors, and volunteering for the annual Sub-for-Santa project: a temporary Christmas assistance program that matches sponsors with families looking for help and gives gifts to children. Join us if you are eager to make an impact on children and families in the area!

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How do I get involved?

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

Volunteer Description: Volunteers spend hours putting together meals while also participating in special events such as Sub for Santa and donor dinners.

Volunteer Commitment: Volunteers must commit to one 3-hour shift once a month throughout the semester.

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If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the following actions in all three links to share your information:

If you need any more information, you may email boysandgirlsclub@byu.edu

Directors

Available by email at boysandgirlsclub@byu.edu

Joshua Lin, Executive Director

(435) 229-4094
Office Hour: (Not Running Spring and Summer)

Ridge Williams

(307) 760-8414