Did you know that when schools are out, the Clubs are in?

We are dedicated to providing a safe and positive place for thousands of local kids to go after school, during school breaks and in the summer; times that are high risk because parents are working and kids are left unsupervised. Your support provides the engaging programs and supportive Club staff that make a difference in the lives of local kids and families who need us most.

Great Futures Start Here!

Proud Supporter signs

Please consider purchasing a Proud Supporter sign for $100 and displaying it in your yard or at your business. This is the perfect opportunity to let Spokane know you care about its kids and its future!

United Way Workplace Campaign

We are a proud partner of United Way and encourage you to designate all or a portion of your workplace campaign gift to Boys & Girls Clubs of Spokane County.

In-Kind Gifts

With nearly 500 kids in our Clubhouses every day, in-kind products and services from you or your company can make a big impact. Please call us to determine whether your in-kind gift would be helpful at this time and which Club it benefits more.

Planned Giving

By including a gift to the Clubs through your will or estate plan, you'll be leaving a behind a legacy that will ultimately impact and benefit thousands of local kids and the Spokane community for years to come!

Employer Match

Many companies will match charitable donations made by their employees…some will even double match! Check with your company's human resources office to see if your employer offers a gift matching program and make your generous gift to Spokane’s youth go even farther.

Tribute or Memorial gift

Donations in honor or memory of individuals make wonderful tributes to special friends or family members. Please include and/or let us know if you have a special acknowledgement honoring your loved one.

Giving Contacts

If you have questions about any of these giving options, or want to discuss other ways to give, please feel free to contact us!

Dick Hanlin,
Executive Director



Erin McGann,
Assoc. Director of Resource Development