Boys & Girls Club of Burbank, Inc.


The Boys & Girls Club of Burbank and Greater East Valley serves more than 1500 children every day at 18 local sites. And we promise that no child is ever turned away for an inability to pay. That’s a lot to live up to, but we believe that every child deserves the chance to reach their full potential.  

Diego was a struggling student, quickly losing interest in school. A dedicated instructor encouraged him to enroll in our Be Great, Graduate program.    He’s now on track to graduate.

Then there’s Kristina, a teenage girl battling low-self-esteem and coping with a chaotic home environment. Being a member of the Club gave her a safe place to go after school and taught her some coping skills to deal with her unstable home life.  

This is the difference our Club makes every day in the lives of the children we call "Club Kids”. And, every day there’s a new face at our door.  

More than 50% of our membership is on Financial Assistance. That’ why we need your help.  

We’ve kicked off our Annual "Back A Youth” Campaign.  Our goal this year is to raise $120,000 dollars. Won’t you help us?

To give, click here.



Our goal is to provide every child who enters our doors a world class experience. Our trained, caring, and professional staff work with each youngster to engage, challenge, and help them become confident and strong.   


At the Main Club and our additional 17 local sites, a community and culture of caring is created so members can participate in educational, athletic and artistic programs, including performing arts, homework assistance, tutoring, college prep and leadership training.


We are the only organization to offer a specialized program for deaf and hard of hearing children ages 6-18. We never turn a child away for an inability to pay.



Please join us for the 18th Annual Mayors’ Cup Golf Tournament on Friday March 13, 2015.

To register: click here

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Give back. Get rewarded. 


WOW! Macy’s "Thanks For Sharing” campaign has already reached its goal of $1.2 million.  These funds will be distributed to several different Clubs across the country. This huge success was done in record time and because of supporters like you who continue to help us nurture the potential in youth 6-18.




On Thursday September 25th, Boys and Girls Club of Burbank and GEV kids were special guests at the TV entertainment news program "EXTRA”.  Denzel Washington was featured talking about his new movie, The Equalizer.

Denzel and host Mario Lopez are both spokesmen for Boys & Girls Club of America.  They talked about the positive impact the Club had on their lives. To view the segment click here





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