Our mission is to nurture the development of our young people and guide them along the path to future success by providing an environment that supports excellence in education, good character and citizenship, and a healthy lifestyle.
Our vision is that all Chester youth reach their full potential and make a successful transition to adulthood, while giving back to their community now and in the future.
The Club is designed to be available for any child who wants to take advantage of what the Club has to offer at the cost of $30.00 for the annual fee.
The Club serves boys and girls ranging from 6-18 years of age. The largest age group that we serve is in the age range of 10-14 years with 50% of our summer population being girls and we generally accommodate approximately 90 to 100 faces daily.
Click Here to download our: Membership Application, Volunteer Application, SUMMER CAMP APPLICATION or Room rental form. Please complete them and fax them to: (610) 874-4708 or deliver them to the club at your earliest convenience.
We greatly appreciate all your help and support. When donating to the Boys & Girls Club of Chester through United Way, please use our Donor Number which is: 4101-0124
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WE WILL MISS YOU MR. HOWARD!!!
Howard Lenwood Lanier, III (April 1, 1984 – March 30, 2016) joined the board of directors for the Boys & Girls Club of Chester in March 2016. At thirty-one years old, he was eager to begin serving the Chester community. Howard was a beloved husband, son, brother, family member, friend and mentor. He was employed by AmeriHealth Caritas in the Government Relations department and had previously been the assistant basketball coach at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, PA. Howard was blessed with many gifts and talents, yet he also chose to live his life by giving back to the community and youth. He was an advocate for broadening the scope of youth experiences.
Howard was a mentor through Big Brothers Big Sisters (Independence Region) and volunteered at the Philadelphia Free Library where he helped students after school with homework and miscellaneous tasks. He also volunteered his time at basketball camps and events. Howard’s interpersonal skills enabled him to build relationships with the youth he encountered by understanding their lifestyles and introducing them to new endeavors. For Howard, becoming a board member meant he had another opportunity to make a difference through education and professional development. His family will continue his legacy at the Boys & Girls Club of Chester through the gift of donations.