BGCAA and Community Provided Resources
BGCAA Fall Programs, Resources, and Updates
Club-on-the-Corner is a mobile, small-group, in-person enrichment program delivered by our trained youth development professionals. Staff will engage Club members in fun, hands-on activities outside under BGCAA tents.
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 announced that they will no longer be opening in November for a hybrid in-person model, and will re-evaluate in 2021. AACPS will be providing lunches for those who need it. For more information on the lunch program, please visit the AACPS website below.
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.
It's that time of year again! The Salvation Army is accepting applications for the Annual Angel Tree Program. If you need assistance this holiday season, fill out the application at the site below. Complete ASAP, as they are already on a waitlist.
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.