To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
The after-school hours and summer non-school days can be some of the most threatening times for young people, especially those who are challenged with difficult economic, family and neighborhood environments. Our work at DMBGC is to be a beacon of Safety, Support, and Hope for all youth in our community, especially those who need us most. With a focus of providing programs and services to youth at our main site location as well as in the community; Our doors and our arms are open wide to give young people:
- A safe place to learn and grow...
- Ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals...
- Life-enhancing programs and character development experiences...
- Engaging, fun, memorable experiences…
- Hope and opportunity
“Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club helps me feel like a star and helps me achieve.” Lavendar
“What I like about the club most of all is the homework help and educational skills I’ve learned and the snack.” Carlandra
“Power Hour... has helped me improve with my reading and writing and I LOVE the games room.” Dwayne
Who We Are
Founded in 1968 Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club officially became an affiliate member of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America in October of that year.
In May of 1969, the Club purchased and moved into an old church building at 201 East Park, Champaign. A 1.45 million dollar renovation took place in 1994. The old structure was converted into a gymnasium, and an 11,000 square foot addition was built on the east side of the old building. The Champaign, Park Street location continues to be our main program site location. However, over the years the Club has also established other service sites in the community when appropriate.
Who We Serve
African American 73%
2 or more Races 12%
Total Memberships this Year: 515
Average Daily Members: 140