BGCAA and Community Provided Resources
BGCAA Fall Programs, Resources, and Updates
Welcome to the Club!
Parents of members at BGCAA should read this handbook and use it as a guideline for membership. It highlights everything from safety regulations to rules of membership.
Through our Virtual Club platform, virtual programming will be offered two ways: delivered materials will enable members to follow a pre-recorded video to complete an activity; members can participate in live programming through face-to-face video chat.
In partnership with the Maryland Food Bank, BGCAA offers mobile and pop-up markets in communities throughout Anne Arundel County. Grab & Go meals are also available to replace school meals and pantry visits. Follow us on social media for regular updates on upcoming food distribution.
Beginning October 14th, all 6 of BGCAA's Clubhouses will be open from 8:00am-5:00pm Monday-Friday. Club Members will have access to real-time support, recreation, and daily breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks.
Other Community Resources
Anne Arundel County Public School's will be sending out a survey to families to gauge interest in a hybrid format for the remainder of this school year. The virtual learning format/schedule will also be changing. Click on the link below to learn more about the changes in learning schedules. Families can use this as a guide for making a decision when hybrid surveys are sent out.
Start the Adventure in Reading (STAIR)-Annapolis is a nonprofit organization serving 2nd graders in Anne Arundel County. STAIR’s not only strives to increase the reading level of second graders reading below grade level, but also to provide a caring, fun environment that helps raise a students' sense of self-esteem and confidence.
Led by over 100 volunteer tutors and mentors, Seeds 4 Success is a tutoring and mentoring program for youth growing up in subsidized housing communities. Our goal is to empower youth to end their cycle of poverty through education and life skill building.