Agency Facts

Agency Facts

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About
  • Our Mission

    To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.



AVBGC By the Numbers
  • 3200 Registered Members
  • 26 Locations in Antelope Valley
  • 130 Employees and 200 Volunteers
  • Over 200,000 Meals and Snacks Served Annually
  • Over 25 Outcome Based Youth Programs
  • A brief collection of facts about the Antelope Valley Boys & Girls Club

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Antelope Valley Provides:
  • A safe place to learn and grow
  • Ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals
  • Life-enhancing programs and character development experiences
  • Hope and opportunity
  • Founded: 1991
  • Size: Antelope Valley's largest youth-serving agency
  •  LocationsTwo walk-in facilities, one in Palmdale and one in Lancaster
  • Nineteen school-based Clubs in Palmdale and Lancaster
  • Saturday program at Domenic Massari Park
  • Governed by: 12 member Board of Directors
  • Chief Professional Officer: Jay Duke
  • Executive Director: Stacey Cantwell
  • Staff: More than 95 employees and an estimated 300 volunteers
  • Membership fee: $25.00 per year. No child is ever turned away for inability to pay the membership fee - there are several ways for children to earn their membership by helping out around the Club.
  • Donating: 89% of your donation goes directly to mission centered programs right here in the Antelope Valley.

Most Recent Yearly Budget Summarized



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