Hello, Boys & Girls Club of the Siskiyous\' Supporter!

What an exciting summer we have had so far, and it has only just begun!

June 17th marked the first day of our Summer Program, and the excitement among all of our Club members was in full swing. At the Club, members have been exploring new hobbies, engaging in new experiences and building life-long relationships, with many more adventures on the way over the next 6 weeks.

Thank you all for your continued support, and here's to a spectacular summer!

Summer Registration is still Open!
There's still 6 fun-filled weeks of our Summer Program, so be sure to enroll your child today if you haven't already!
Download our Summer Membership Application below! You may drop off your completed Membership Application at our Office located at 803 Cedar Street, Mt. Shasta, CA.

Payment assistance is available. Please contact us at info@bgcsiskiyous.org to get more information.
July Forth Parade
N. Mt. Shasta Blvd., Mount Shasta, CA

Thursday, July 4th
12:00 pm-1:00 pm

Join us at the July Forth Parade in downtown Mount Shasta on Thursday, July 4th from 12:00 pm -1:00 pm for some patriotic fun!

Club members are invited to participate in our annual Boys & Girls Club of the Siskiyous 4th of July Float, and have a special opportunity to share the Club Experience with the community.

We ask that all participating Club members meet us at the corner of Sheldon Avenue and S. Mt. Shasta Blvd. at 10:30 am. Pick up will be after the parade at approximately 1:00 pm at Lalo's Parking Lot.

Please fill out a permission slip at the Club in order for your child to be part of one of the most exciting events of the year in Mt. Shasta!

 Come support the Club on Wednesday, July 3 & Thursday, July 4 by purchasing a parking space in the ACE Hardware Parking Lot. All proceeds support the Club, and assist in building Great Futures.

A special thank you to Ramshaw's ACE Hardware for donating your parking lot to the Club for this event!
Although the Club will be closed on Thursday, July 4th, sign up your child to be a part of our July Forth Float from 10:30 am-1:00 pm in downtown Mt. Shasta!

Check out all of the different ways you can support the youth of our community this month!

Make the Pledge;
Great Futures Start with You .
Make a pledge to give monthly to the Boys & Girls Club of the Siskiyous. For just $1 a day, you can assist in creating a brighter tomorrow for the youth of Siskiyou County. You may click on the button below to set up monthly giving, or even a one-time donation.

Together we are building Great Futures!
Raffle at Banner Bank
Stop by Banner Bank in Mt. Shasta to participate in their raffle to get a chance to win some exciting prizes. All proceeds from the event will be going to the Club!
Imagine the Change your Change can make.

Enroll now to donate your change to the Boys & Girls Club of the Siskiyous by clicking the link above!

Round-Up at Black Bear Diner
Black Bear Diner in Mt. Shasta is a proud supporter of the Boys & Girls Club of the Siskiyous through their on-going Round It Up America program. This program invites customers of Black Bear Diner in Mt. Shasta to round up their purchase to the nearest dollar to support one of three local nonprofits and we are one of them. While individual donations may be nominal, their collective sum is powerful, supporting the dream of a brighter tomorrow for more children in Siskiyou County. We encourage you to participate, and spread the word to family and friends about this deliciously delightful fundraiser!

Earn Rewards at ACE Hardware & Solanos

Are you a frequent ACE Hardware, or Solanos shopper? Assist local youth by donating your reward points. 

By providing ACE Hardware, or Solanos staff with our phone number at check-out, (530) 220-5055 , you will earn us reward points that will go towards fun, hands-on projects for youth at the Club. 
Together we can Build Great Futures
All Summer Long!

When you support our Summer Program, you are contributing to outdoor adventures, field trips, the Arts, sports & games and summer Brain Gain; as well as providing youth with nutritious snacks and meals all summer long!

Kids in the Woods
What a fun-filled summer we have had so far! Our very first week of camp introduced many new and exciting programs for members. A Club member favorite was the "Kids in the Woods" Event hosted by the US Forest Service.

Over 90 Club members participated in the event, learning more about the wildlife food web and how to tell the story of a tree by reading its tree rings, having fun creating native wildflower "seed bombs" with seeds from the Mt. Shasta Ranger Station greenhouse and recycled paper, and exploring Engine 62.

A special thank you to the US Forest Service for providing our Club members with such a fun experience for the second year in a row!

Summer Fun at the Club

Thank you Mount Shasta Union School District for your continuous support of the Club! Because of you, we can provide a safe, fun space for our Club members after-school and during the summer months. We appreciate all that you do for our Club kids.
A special thank you to Banner Bank for their outstanding support of the Club through their raffle at their Mt. Shasta branch.

Thank you to Black Bear Diner in Mt. Shasta for your on-going Round-Up to support the Club!
Many thanks to Great Northern for their Free Summer Lunch Program, providing our Club members and the youth of Siskiyou County with daily nutritious lunches!
A big thank you to the US Forest Service for hosting the "Kids in the Woods" event for our Club members!
Thank you to Ramshaw's ACE Hardware for donating parts for our Electric Go Kart project at the Club, and for donating your parking lot to use for our 4th of July fundraiser.
We have a plethora of gratitude for your support over the past years!
A special thanks to The Rite Aid Foundation for selecting us to be an official KidCents Charity all year long.
And a special thanks to all of our individual donors this month! Your kindness and generosity assists us in building Great Futures!

We envision healthy, empowered and engaged youth who appreciate and respect themselves, each other, their families, the community and the environment.

We empower youth to reach their full potential as responsible, caring and productive citizens through professionally led programs and activities that are fun, positive and relevant in a safe, supportive and healthy environment.