|Executive Service Center
The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Atlanta
1190 W. Druid Hills Drive
Atlanta, GA 30329
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777 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy
Atlanta, GA 30318
|Fuqua Boys and Girls Club
405 Lovejoy Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
|Peachcrest Boys and Girls Club
3500 Sherrydale Lane
Decatur, GA 30032
The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Atlanta currently has three unit operations, is a member of the Salvation Army Metro Atlanta, and is a nonprofit organization affiliated with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the United Way of Metro Atlanta. The purpose of our Boys & Girls Clubs is to provide youth development services and to promote the health, physical, social, educational, vocational and character development of boys and girls.
Executive Service Center:
The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Atlanta
1190 W. Druid Hills Drive, Suite 150 Atlanta, GA 30329
Management: The Salvation Boys & Girls Clubs is managed by a volunteer Advisory Board and has a professional staff of trained personnel. As members of the Salvation Army Metro Atlanta organization, the Boys & Girls Club is further monitored and administered by an Executive Office and a Corporate Board of Directors.
Finances: Operating funds are secured through the United Way and locally raised funds through individuals, businesses, civic/service clubs, foundations, and grants, as well as, legacies and bequest contributions, as is 100% of all capital improvement moneys.
Members: Our Boys & Girls Clubs serve youth representing every economic and racial/ethnic group of our community, but provide special emphasis toward economically disadvantaged youth.
Program: The Boys & Girls Clubs program is designed to serve the needs of the "total youth." All programs are used by professionally trained staff as "tools" for youth development and meeting the individual needs of every boy and girl we serve. Program, to us, means every experience that happens formally and informally to a youth at the Boys & Girls Club and, therefore, must be a positive experience in fun, learning and personal growth.
The following are the major formal programs conducted:
- Individual and personal adjustment services.
- Health and Physical Development Programs: emphasizing sports leagues, individual sports, physical fitness, health and nutrition classes, medical and dental check-ups, summer lunch program and outdoor education.
- Cultural Enrichment Programs: emphasizing arts and crafts, fine arts, photography, music instruction, learning center/library activities such as homework aid, reading and computer instruction, Youth Forums, and educational field trips.
- Social and Leadership Development Programs: emphasizing games room activities, tournaments, quiet games, special interest clubs, Keystone, Torch and I-Can Leadership Clubs, special events, and inter-club activities.
In essence, the Boys & Girls Clubs are a place for youth, providing "fun with a purpose," and allowing each individual youth to have a say in what is going on - it is their Club.
Eligibility Youth ages 6 to 18
School Year Program: $25 annual fee
Summer Program: $150 for year round members
$250 for Summer Only Members
Hours of Operation
School Year: Monday through Friday
2:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Summer: Monday through Friday
7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.