Frequently Asked Questions

Parent/Guardian Frequently Asked Questions:

As a parent, you may have several questions about our Clubs, fees, age requirements, enrolling, registering, and more! We’ve put together all this important information below to help you quickly learn how our Clubs operate and how they can benefit your child and their development!

Our Clubs offers programs for middle school youth and elementary school children, typically between 5 and 14 years old (TK to 8th grade).

Yes, there are member and non-member fee options depending on the desired attendance needs and the time of year your child Explore our school year program guide or summer camp program guide for current pricing or see a Club Director for details and for help choosing the right plan for your child. Financial assistance is available for those in need.

If you are interested in enrolling your child, you can register online or contact the closest Club — Click Here to Find your Club

To inquire about enrollment procedures and availability, please call (818) 706-0905.

Parents can volunteer, participate in Club events, and support fundraising efforts to contribute to our Club’s By being a part of these opportunities, you play an active role in supporting and enhancing the experiences of our young people.

We offer a host of proven, nationally-recognized programs in core areas like career development, character & leadership, sports & recreation, the arts, health & wellness, and education enrichment. Learn more about our enrichment programs.

Our Clubs plays a crucial role in helping children with academic challenges. We provide mentoring, a safe place to learn and grow, and offer daily homework assistance. Our goal is to create strong students and great leaders that embody the spirit of the Club’s mission. We believe great futures start here.

Our TK to 8th grade members can gain a sense of belonging, enjoy fun activities, and benefit from exciting enrichment and after school activities while having the opportunity to develop self-awareness, learn new skills, and grow into community

Program fees will be returned if one of the following conditions are met:

There is a medical reason that the member can no longer attend. A doctor’s note will be needed to confirm.

The member’s family has moved out of the District supported by the Club.

If BGC/GCV determines a credit card has been charged in error, BGCGCV will refund the amount charged in error within 3 business days of identifying the error.

***Refunds are not issued for non-use or non-attendance.***

No, individual days can only be purchased in Please visit your local Club. Need help? Find your local Club.

Yes, financial aid is available for the traditional day camps, allowing more children to participate in enriching summer camp See your nearest Club Director for details. Need help? Find your local Club.

Yes, parents can volunteer their time as camp counselors, mentors, or tutors at any of the Clubs or at summer camps to help our youth develop healthy lifestyles and good character. Learn more about becoming a volunteer.

Parents must give all medications to the Club Director. A child may not administer medications on their own. Please fill out the special needs form, including a signature from your doctor, when registering for programs at the Clubs or summer

Parent FAQs

Donor Frequently Asked Questions:

Donors play a crucial role in supporting the impactful work of The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGC Conejo). Below is a helpful list of frequently asked questions from donors with clear answers on the benefits of donation, the impact of our Clubs, and the process of contributing to our mission.

You can become a corporate sponsor by contacting Dawn Pettersen at

818-706-0905 ext. 107. The organization appreciates the commitment of corporate partners and welcomes those interested in supporting its programs and services. Learn more about benefits of corporate sponsorship.

We accept donations through events, recurring monthly donations, online donations, planned giving, corporate sponsorships, minimum distributions, postal mail, wire transfer, and by phone. Learn more at our donor hub! If you have a donor question, please contact Dawn Pettersen by emailing or calling 818-706-0905 ext. 107.

Every dollar raised is invested in our organization’s members to provide a positive environment that cultivates academic success, healthy lifestyles, good character, and citizenship. For every $1 invested in our work, Boys & Girls Clubs generates $16.08 of positive economic impact in the communities we serve. Learn more about our impact. For more information about ways to donate, visit our donor hub!

At the Clubs, we have a comprehensive privacy policy in place to ensure that personal information is respected and We collect personal data through our website and events and provide an “opt-out” procedure for donors and others who receive materials. We also maintain donor information in a password-protected, secured database built for our Clubs by the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.

Yes, we respect all requests to remain Online donations can be marked anonymous in the donation process. For checks or in-kind donations to remain anonymous, contact us at 818-706-0905 ext. 107.

Donor FAQs