Adult Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities
How can you help to make the Arlington Boys & Girls Club the positive place for kids? VOLUNTEER!!  Here are ways to help:

Power Hour Volunteers:
Power Hour is a Boys & Girls Club of America homework help program. The program is Tuesday through Thursday from 3-4pm. We are looking for adults to help one or two days per week. Please contact Kevin Flood at for more information.

Annual Christmas Tree Sale: 
Our Annual Christmas Tree Sale is one of our largest fundraisers. We are always looking for volunteers to help! Even if you are unable to lift trees, we are also looking for cashiers in the tree yard or chefs to surprise volunteers with a treat. More information will be available in October. Contact Diane Hontoria at with any questions.

Front Desk Greeter: 
Greet Club members and check them into the Club computer. We are looking for adults to help one or two days per week, Monday-Friday afternoons from 3-5pm. Time commitment is 1-2 hours, Tuesday - Friday afternoons from 3pm-5pm. Please contact Kevin Flood at for more information.

For more information on coaching contact John Bowler at or Brandon Baker at
  • Biddy Basketball: Fall/Winter/Spring coaches needed for Saturday morning games. Teams are co-ed with 6, 7 & 8 year old members.
  • Junior Basketball I & II: Fall/Winter/Spring coaches needed for games played Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday nights. Teams are co-ed with 9 & 10 year old members (Junior 1) or 11, 12, 13, & 14 year old members.
Gym Class Assistant:
Assist Club staff with skills, drills and organized games in tot (ages 18 months- 5 years) & youth (ages 6-12 years) gym classes. Classes are held year round in the morning and afternoon. Classes include tennis, soccer, t-ball, basketball, and more. For more information, contact John Bowler at or Brandon Baker at
Mentor Program:
The Arlington Boys & Girls Club offers a Mentoring Program where an adult mentor is carefully matched with a child in need of support.

Who are we trying to reach through our Mentoring Program?
Youth members (ages 6 and up) whose behavior warrants individual attention. Youths who require additional adult role models in their lives.

What we would like the Mentoring Program to achieve for our young people?
Learning about different adult role models. Experiencing a friendship relationship based on trust and sharing

What we would like the Mentoring Program to achieve for the Club?
Link two positive resources. Provide direction for the Club’s Alumni Association.  Involve the Alumni Association in the mission of the Arlington Boys & Girls Club.  Broaden the base of services the Club offers to its youth members and to utilize volunteer resources.  Please call Kevin Flood at the Club, 781-648-1617 or email if you are interested in volunteering as a mentor.
For more information or to volunteer, contact Assistant Director Kevin Flood at 781-641-1617  If you are ready to start the process simply download the Volunteer Application, print, fill out, scan and email to, or mail to ABGC 60 Pond Lane Arlington MA 02476.
Thank You!

Please enjoy a video about volunteer Dan Johnson.
We value your time and talents! 
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