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Community Spotlight: Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford

Who are the Boys and Girls Clubs of Hartford?

Over the past 150 years, Boys and Girls Clubs of Hartford (BGCH) have touched the lives of well over 150,000 kids. BGCH provides local youth with skills they need to succeed in life. As the specific needs of Hartford’s children have changed over time, their Clubs continue to inspire and enable young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.


You can make a difference for a local child- get involved with BGCH

  • You can make an investment in a child’s future. Funds raised go towards keeping BGCH doors open and providing a safe and caring environment for Club kids to learn how to make the right choices, graduate high school and become contributing members of our community.


  • Volunteer! Individuals, groups, and corporate teams represent BGCH volunteers come from all walks of life and varied backgrounds. From college students and teachers, to writers and dancers, your talents help open the creative ideas in the minds of kids and put them on the path to Great Futures. For more information on how to volunteer with BGCH, click here. You can also consider becoming a partner of BGCH.


  • Attend an event. A great way for you to learn more about this incredible organization, you is attending an inspiring event! The 2017 Great Futures Gala is coming up on April 20th at the Connecticut Convention Center. Get your tickets now to reserve your spot for this fun-filled night. All proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of Hartford.

BGCH’s Clubs are located in the following locations:

Main Club Sites
Asylum Hill Clubhouse– 170 Sigourney Street, Hartford CT 06105, Joseph D. Lapenta Northwest Clubhouse – 1 Nahum Drive, Hartford CT 06112
Southwest Clubhouse – 1 Chandler Street, Hartford CT 06106
Trinity College Clubhouse – 1500 Broad Street, Hartford CT 06106

Community Partnership Locations
Bellizzi School, Capital Preparatory Magnet School, Connecticut Juvenile Training School, West Middle Elementary School & Bloomfield Schools

Date Posted: April 20, 2017