Boys & Girls Clubs of Lincoln/Lancaster County offers tested, proven and nationally recognized programs in five Core Program Areas that closely align with the developmental needs of all young people.
Great Futures Start Here
We also undertake specialized initiatives that cut across more than one program area and/or address the unique needs of special populations.
BGC programs are designed to encourage Club members to realize a wide variety of positive outcomes, a strategy for developing the “whole child.”
Boys & Girls Clubs follow the Formula for Impact – our roadmap for ensuring that young people have a positive, impactful Club Experience and, ultimately, achieve the important outcomes that lead them to Great Futures.
Boys & Girls Club's Priority Outcomes
Frequently asked questions
How do I register?
A membership application must be filled out at the program site or online.
Are there any membership requirements?
We serve youth in middle and high school. There are no other membership requirements. It's not required, but we highly recommend a minimum attendance of three times per week.
What is the cost?
What are Club hours?
Are you open during school breaks or holidays?
We follow the LPS school calendar for closures. We offer summer programming during the day in June and July.
Do you provide meals/snacks?
Both locations provide either a meal or a snack during after-school and summer programming.
What is your closure policy?
We follow LPS school closings.
What policies and procedures keep my child safe while in your care?
Boys & Girls Club takes our culture of safety very seriously. We continually update safety policies, programs and training for our staff designed to promote child safety. We have comprehensive safety policies in place to protect youth—including, but not limited to, staff background checks, supervision, communication and reporting.