To help provide child care and remote learning support, the Club launched a new full day program this falll. Youth can access computers and WiFi to connect to public schools, receive SEL support services, and transition to our traditional afterschool and enrichment activities at the end of the school day. Click here to learn more!

To help provide child care and remote learning support, the Club launched a new full day program this falll. Youth can access computers and WiFi to connect to public schools, receive SEL support services, and transition to our traditional afterschool and enrichment activities at the end of the school day. Click here to learn more!

Amidst a global pandemic, social injustice unrest, and unfolding economic crisis, the vast majority of public schools in Western MA have now adopted remote learning platforms. Keeping young people on track academically now means clearing major hurdles unlike ever before – logging on to the virtual classroom and having proper food and nutrition each day.

Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holyoke is doing whatever it takes to provide support services for our youth. As more students than ever face academic challenges and a myriad of related issues, Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holyoke has launched a full-day child care and learning pod program where a designated group of kids can safely access computers and receive support from Club staff, all while learning and playing at a distance from each other. Club staff provide social, emotional and learning support throughout the virtual school day and transition to traditional Boys & Girls Club afterschool programming and enrichment activities in the afternoon.

Program hours are Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 5pm and breakfast as well as lunch is provided. Click here to learn more about the program! or contact Ann Mann at or 413-534-7366 ext. 126 to place your child on the wait list.

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Satellite Units

Holyoke Housing Authority Community Sites...
The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holyoke is proud to operate satellite units in several Holyoke Housing Authority communities: The Toepfert Apartments, Lyman Terrace, Beaudoin Village, and the Churchill Homes.

In every community, boys and girls are often left to find their own friendship and recreation in the streets. An increasing number of youth are at home with little or no adult care or supervision. Young people need to know that someone cares about them.  That is why, the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holyoke is proud to operate satellite units in several Holyoke Housing Authority communities: The Toepfert Apartments, Lyman Terrace, Beaudoin Village, and the Churchill Homes. These units enable the Club to serve children where they live … in their own neighborhoods.

In addition, members of the satellite units receive all the programs offered to members of the Main Club facility: education and career development; the arts; sports & recreation; health & life skills, and leadership development. They also have access to the Club’s gym, pool, and climbing wall.

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Our Satellite Unit programs are supported through a combination of the following funding sources:

 

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