Change a Young Person’s Life. Great Futures Start Here


I want to help save and improve the lives of our young people. I understand that my gift is an investment to help youth who need us most. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Providence plays an integral role in the fight to break the cycle of poverty for Providence children and teens. Eighty-two per cent (82%) of our young people live below Federal Poverty Guidelines. How can you ensure our kids have a future?  The answer is education and jobs.  Your support for our programs helps make certain that Providence youth are safe to play, learn, and grow; to develop the skills and receive the mentorship necessary for academic success, a 21st century career, and a healthy lifestyle. Great futures start here, and you can and are making the difference for our youth. Thank you!

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Give By Check

Checks should be made payable and sent to:

Boys & Girls Clubs of Providence
550 Wickenden Street
Providence, RI 02903

If you would like to make a gift to a specific program or endowment, please indicate it in the “special instructions” section on PayPal, or in the memo of your check. Gifts can be allocated to:

  • All Programs … supporting quality services our city’s children so every child can have a bright future
  • Judy Davis Bike Ride…providing swim lessons, swim scholarships and to establish an Aquatics endowment
  • Workforce Development … giving our teens on-the-job training, college-prep classes, and opportunities to explore their interests, so careers become a reality
  • Health, Meals & Nutrition … serving 106,000 healthy meals a year and teaching 3,600 youth how to create healthy habits, so bellies are full, children are safe, and brains work better in school and at the Club
  • Robert P. Brooks, Esq. President’s Scholarship Endowment … providing membership scholarships for over half of our 5,000 youth, so new possibilities can begin
  • Solomon A. Solomon College Education Endowment … assisting members in financing their college education, so confidence can soar