Ways To Give

Make Great Futures Start Here! Help kids learn, play, and thrive in a safe away-from-home place. Even a child from the most difficult home life can have a great future with caring mentors and consistent support. The money we raise allows us to keep our costs low for families. There are several ways to give to Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Charles County.

Your support can help us make sure no child is ever turned away. Make a difference today!

Ways to Give (Girls Smiling)

Make a Donation

Give the gift of a GREAT future to the youth in our community!  Both St. Charles and O’Fallon units service over 1,000 children each year and this number continues to grow as we continue to discover families who need support.  While the public may see the programs and activities we offer; the real benefit comes from the support offered through prepared meals and transportation from school to a safe after-school environment where we provide a healthy snack and homework support.  Learn More…

Ways to Give (In Memorium)

Planned Giving

Your charitable gift will provide vital support for our organization as well as immediate or deferred tax benefits for you and your family. Every dollar invested in Boys & Girls Clubs returns $9.60 in economic benefits to individuals and society, so your contribution has the potential to influence the well-being of others far into the future.  Learn More…

Ways to Give (In Memorium)

Fundraising Events

Throughout the year, the Boys & Girls Club of St. Charles County coordinates events to make it fun and easy to contribute to supporting our community.  We have an annual Crystal Ball, Trivia Night, Golf Tournament and Sporting Clay Tournament whose proceeds directly benefit the families we serve in St. Charles County. Learn More…

NAP Tax Credits

Youth Opportunity Program

BGCSTC has been approved by the Missouri Department of Economic Development to qualify for the Youth Opportunities Tax Credit Program. Eligible donors may now receive YOP Tax Credits for their financial gift from the State of Missouri.  Learn More…