Every day after school and all through the summer, kids from across Henderson County have a safe place to go and grow – the Boys & Girls Club of Henderson County.  The Club provides guidance-oriented education and character development programs for disadvantaged children 6-18 years of age, conducted by a dedicated professional staff.          

The Club has grown from a one-room building serving a few neighborhood children in 1993, to the current five-building campus with more than 1,200 youth participating from all parts of the county.

93% of the members come from low-income families, and nearly 60% live in single-adult households.  The membership is diverse – approximately 1/3 African-American, 1/3 Caucasian, 1/3 Latino.

The Boys & Girls Club has been recognized for several years as one of the finest Clubs in the Southeast for delivering quality programs.  Because they have the Club in their lives, children are doing better in school and making the right choices about drug & alcohol use, criminal activity, and their futures.

Trinity continues to support the Boys & Girls Club through its Local Mission Ministry budget.  You are invited to call the Club (693-9444) to find out more or to volunteer your time.  The Club is located on Ashe Street.