South Franklin Community Center
What is South Franklin Community Center?
The South Franklin Community Center offers a variety of fun and fulfilling service opportunities for volunteers to work with children and teens. Throughout the year, South Franklin needs help tutoring, coaching youth sports, and teaching music, art, and dance. Y-Serve’s role at South Franklin is constantly expanding! Spanish-speaking ability is helpful, but not required.
How do I get involved?
Email email@example.com text the Executive Director to get in contact with us. We would be happy to talk to you more about our programs to help you find the perfect fit.
*NOTE: Please contact the Executive Director before attending any programs*
Thursdays 5:00-6:00 PM
Help children improve their reading skills and learn to love books.
Private Music Lessons
Provide private music lessons for kids in piano, violin, and guitar. Please contact us if you play a different instrument, there is likely still a need for it!
Wednesdays 6:00-7:00 PM
Help kids to exercise and learn basic basketball skills. Basketball experience is helpful, but definitely not required.
Thursdays 6:00-7:00 PM
Help kids to exercise and learn basic soccer skills. Soccer experience is helpful, but definitely not required.
South Franklin also holds events (holiday parties, program graduation ceremonies, etc.) that need volunteer assistance. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name to be added to our list of volunteers to reach out to for these events. This is a great way to do service at times that work for you!
Contact the Executive Director for information on registration and the BYU child protection training.
My favorite experience from this semester was being involved in the reading program at South Franklin Community Center. We teach kids to read and sometimes their parents come and they can't read English and they thank us profusely because we spend the time to give their kids the opportunity they never had. I loved getting to know the kids and how they were able to get to know me. Probably the most fun aspect was playing games at the end of our activity. It was so fun and funny to see the kids get competitive and how much they enjoyed our service activity!