Fall Registration Now Open

A Safe Space for Youth

Our Clubs are physically and emotionally safe spaces, 100% in compliance with CDC recommendations at all times, and under the guidance of highly trained staff.  We take safety seriously and are taking extra precautions to keep our members safe during these uncertain times.

Fall Registration is now open!

Please call your Club with any questions.

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Creating Great Futures for 20 Years

We are honored to have spent the last 20 years building brighter futures for the youth in our communities. We are continually inspired by our members’ commitment to growth and positive change and are so proud of every person to have set foot in our Clubs.

Rising Stronger: Our COVID-19 Response

For the summer, five of our nine Clubs are open 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, for those that need childcare and academic and social support during this time.

Beginning Fall 2021, all nine Club locations will resume offering after school programs and additional programs as available.

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We at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley condemn any act of racism or discrimination. We advocate for youth to have equitable opportunities and encourage young people to harness the power of their voice. We believe it is critical to speak up and take action because silence is complacency.

As a nation, we can and must demand change to support black people and anyone who faces systemic oppression. Together, we must take action to ensure the future is great for the millions of kids that are counting on us.

The Impact to BGC Conejo
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When I found out the Boys and Girls Club was staying open, my boys and I were ecstatic. Their first day back at the Club was the day I saw them start smiling and laughing again. The club being open means that my husband and I can both continue working—something we need to do since we both serve in essential roles.

— Michelle C. (Parent at Club Morton)


Be A Part of the Solution

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley knows that it doesn’t just take one person to make great futures happen for our youth, it takes the support of our community to ensure that we are here now, during the recovery period, and far into the future. We have been here since 2003, and it is because of our supporters like YOU, that we are well-placed to provide these services now. Although we are keeping our doors open, we are looking to our community to help sustain the effort.

Please join BGCGCV’s Rising Stronger Together Campaign, a $3 Million fundraising drive running now until the end of the year. Be part of the solution to help support our $1M for NOW, $1M for RECOVERY and $1M to SECURE THE FUTURE. #RisingStrongerTogether

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Keep in Touch

We are adapting and evolving as the situation requires, so that we are able to support youth through all stages of this crisis. Stay in touch with us as we all work through this together.

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“Childhood experiences and memories are foundational to personal growth. My memories stem from my experiences living in three different states, attending over nine different schools, and meeting new people. The one constant that has been in my life was attending the Boys & Girls Club.”

-Natalie Gonzalaz

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“The Club is a great place to hang out with friends thanks to the fun games, the cool decorations and the very nice staff who are happy to be with you. One of my favorite things at the Boys and Girls Club are the activities they plan to make the Club a better place, including the fun field trips. Also, the Boys and Girls Club is always open on the school breaks so we can come and have some fun instead of staying home.”

-Iverson R.

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“I grew to enjoy spending my time there because there were many fun activities and exciting travel camps. Furthermore, the director and staff were nice, and they always made me feel welcome. By the end of that summer, I had adapted to the new environment and had such a great time at the Boys and Girls Club that I decided to return to the Club the following summers and after school.”

-Michelle H.

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