Volunteer opportunities

Boys & Girls Club of Fremont County offers a variety of ways to put your talent to work to transform lives in your community. Our volunteers provide assistance with tutoring, serve as mentors, give presentations on important topics, help cook and serve meals, help chaperone field trips, or simply come to hang out with members.

For more information on becoming a volunteer, simply fill out the form below or email programs@bgcfremont.org.


When school is in session the Club offers a regular time for members to work on schoolwork or other projects focused on academics. Volunteers can provide valuable help working with members to help improve grades and understanding on homework assignments.


Boys & Girls Club of Fremont County offers a one-to-one mentoring program where we match a positive adult role model with a member. Mentors meet with their mentee weekly or every other week for an hour to develop a strong mentoring relationship. Our program is based on proven best practices and have shown tremendous results. 

For more information, contact our Mentoring Director Bernie Topash at (719) 345-4038 or btopash@bgcfremont.org.

And more...

Getting involved with Boys & Girls Club is easy. You can share your interests and talents with youth in many different ways. Playing sports, making music, helping prepare meals, or assisting at events are some of the other ways to support your local Boys & Girls Club. 

Give us a call at (719) 345-4038 or fill out the form below and we can help you find where you fit best. 

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