Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities!

Due to COVID-19 restrictions and precautions, we are currently limiting volunteer engagement at the Clubs. Please continue to check this page for updates on our available in-person volunteer opportunities. In the meantime, please consider engaging in the following opportunities to support the Clubs:

  1. Host a donation drive: hygiene items, household items, school supplies, games, and educational activities are always appreciated by Club youth and families!
  2. Consider hosting a virtual career day for Club teens through your company/business
  3. Volunteer in small groups at our Voyageur Environmental Center in Mound, MN this spring
  4. Raise awareness about the Clubs on social media and/or host a peer-to-peer fundraiser

Please email Molly Hemes at mhemes@bgc-tc.org to be added to our volunteer email list, schedule a donation drop-off at a Boys & Girls Club, or ask any questions you might have. We appreciate your consideration, and we look forward to connecting with you soon!

Volunteer With Us!

An investment in the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities literally changes lives.

You can give time, donate money, even help us spread the word—whatever works. 

It all makes a difference.

For more information about volunteering, contact Molly Hemes at mhemes@bgc-tc.org or 651-200-4102

Why Volunteer at the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities?

If you are a volunteer:

– Volunteers almost always benefit more than those they serve

– Volunteering time makes you feel like you have more time

– Volunteering your skills helps you develop new skills

– Volunteering for activities helps you have a healthier body

– Volunteering makes you feel more love

If you are a Club member:

– Volunteers often don’t know their real impact on youth.

– Volunteers support staff and improve overall program impact. 

– Volunteers share their personal history which gives youth greater insight into their own possibility.

– Volunteers increase the activity level of youth and likelihood of participation in healthy options.

– Volunteers show youth they matter to the community and that people care.