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Get Involved at the Club

Make A Difference In Our Community

There are many ways to give. None have a greater impact than the gift of your time. Here are some examples of volunteer opportunities:


Teaching groups of Club members with shared interests such as STEM, Fashion, or E-Sports.

Tutoring Club members in subject areas such as reading or math.

Mentoring Youth of the Year nominees on writing, public speaking, and interviewing skills.

Speaking with Club members about your career, schooling, or community engagement.


Corporate “Days of Service” based on your organization’s goals.

Club beautification efforts such as tree trimming, garden upkeep, cleaning, and painting.

Event preparations such as assembling backpacks with school supplies.

Supporting themed summer camp weeks with your organization’s expertise.


Community events such as Back to School Bash and Trunk or Treat.

Club events such as the Blue BBQ, holiday celebrations, and movie nights.

Advocacy events such as Breakfast with a Purpose and the Great Futures Lunch.

Fundraising events such as Gala, Golf, or Sporting Clay and/or the planning committees.

How it works

Volunteer Requirements

At Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Charles County we are proud of our excellent reputation as a safe haven for youth. Because the safety of our Club members is the highest priority, all eligible Volunteers who interact with Club youth must agree to a background check. The BGCSTC Community Impact Coordinator will check your status on the following:

  • Driving Record
  • National Sex Offender Registry
  • Local, State, and Federal Criminal Records

If you are seeking Group and Event volunteer opportunities, a background check may not be required.

Please note: Ongoing volunteer opportunities may be denied as a result of these checks. We do not accept volunteers referred through the court system. Some online training is required.

Background Check Permission

Individuals interested in Volunteering with Club Youth must fill out the Volunteer Packet which includes the following:

  • Volunteer Application
  • Background Check Permission Form
  • COVID-19 Waiver
  • Volunteer Handbook Acknowledgement
Download Volunteer Packet

Once your volunteer packet is completed, please email or drop off the completed packet to our administrative offices with our Community Impact Coordinator.

DO NOT EMAIL the Background Check Permission as it contains sensitive personal information. Please return this form in person.

1211 Lindenwood Ave | St. Charles, MO 63301
Monday-Friday 9AM - 5PM

Administrative Office

We require that all potential volunteers read the volunteer handbook. This document will give you an overall understanding of the Clubs’ opportunities, as well as a rundown of rules that must be followed in the best interest of you, BGCSTC, and most importantly, the kids we are helping.

All volunteers must sign and return the last page of the volunteer handbook, the acknowledgement, prior to volunteering at the Club.

Download Volunteer Handbook

All individual Volunteers must complete a series of 3 training modules provided by Boys & Girls Clubs of America.

  1. Keeping Your Club Safe
  2. Abuse Risk Management
  3. It Happened to Me
Download Instructions

Once your training is complete, our Community Impact Coordinator will meet with you to schedule your first day at the Club!

Your first day may include:

  • A tour of the Club
  • An introduction to Club leadership
  • An overview of your role as a volunteer
  • FUN with Club Kids!

Help Us Ensure Great Futures


We are thankful for our annual partners and community supporters!