Boys and Girls Club of London

Site: Boys and Girls Club of London

Service: Children and Youth Programs

Contact Information
Office Phone 519-434-9114
Fax Registration: 519-432-7306
E-Mail info@bgclondon.ca
Website www.bgclondon.ca/children-youth-programs
Primary Contact Nadine Harrison, Program Manager - Children and Youth; Phone: 519-434-9115 ext 238; Email: nharrison@bgclondon.ca
Alternate Contact Arden McClean, Manager of Program Services; Phone: 519-434-9115 ext 257; Email: amcclean@bgclondon.ca
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Programming for children and youth * affordable recreational, social and educational programs that promote physical and emotional well-being

Facilities include:
  • two swimming pools (warm water wellness pool and a 25 meter competitive swimming pool complete with ramp)
  • spa
  • large gym offering extensive sports programs and leagues
  • rock wall climbing
  • indoor playground
  • imagination playroom
  • creative playroom
  • Kidzone room
  • craft room
  • three computer labs
  • homework help and tutors
  • Teen Space
  • Digital Zone
  • various clubs
  • special events and theme days

Operates full-day camp programs for March, summer and winter breaks as well as PD days and Easter Monday * children with disabilities are welcome in all programs

Koats for Kids - Distributes coats to children in need every year in mid/late fall * call for specific dates and times of distribution * proof of family size may be requested

Swim Lessons - Offered through the Life Saving Society on Tue and Sat year round

After School Bus Program - Service is available at various schools throughout London, providing free transportation to and from the Club on Horton St * visit website for schedule

Evening Adventure - After School Program - After school program for children

Leadership Program - Provides youth with training opportunities, work experience and skill development through experiential learning within the Boys and Girls Club facility and community partnerships * Junior Leadership (grades 6-8) and Senior Leadership (grades 9-12) programs available * low or no cost training and certificates also available

Social Programs - Programs for children and youth * program times are subject to change

Supper Club - Hot, nutritious meal provided to children and youths attending evening programs during the school year

Teen Zone - Programming for teens including homework help, computers, access to internet, games, music and other activities * access to sports, gym, rock climbing, swimming pool, weight room * leadership activities, out trips, and specialty clubs

Volunteers - Volunteer opportunities for youth * volunteers assist with other programs in recreation, nutrition, social programs, and creative and digital arts * must attend orientation and obtain a police check (18 years and older) after speaking to the Volunteer Coordinator
Hours School Year - Administration: Mon-Sat 8am-4pm
Programs: Mon-Fri 7:30am-8pm * Sat 1pm-4pm
Areas Served London
Boundaries London and area
Eligibility Ages: 3 year(s) - 18 year(s) 
 
Children and teens aged 6-18 * children under 5 years and under require parental accompaniment
Application Day program referral
Languages English
Fees subsidy available to qualifiying families based on annual family income
Agency Information
Established 1956
Funding United Way ; City of London
Site Information
Site Location London (Central)
Located In Community London
Address & Map
184 Horton St E
London, ON N6B 1K8
Intersection Richmond St N and Horton St E
Physical Access Fully Accessible

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