Union County

Boys & Girls Clubs


Our mission is to enable all young people in Union County, NC,
especially those who need us most,
to reach their full potential as productive,
caring, responsible citizens.

Join us, because “being there”
for those who need us today can change their tomorrow.

2022 Union County
Boys & Girls Clubs
Summer Camp Application

Join the Club for an action-packed summer, with STEAM activities, games, arts and crafts, outdoor play, engaging programs and field trips. Daily meals and snacks are provided. With locations in Monroe and Marshville and scholarships available, there’s a Club to fit every family’s needs.

Starting June 13

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Join the Club

If you have a school-aged child interested in joining one of the Boys & Girls Clubs in Union County, you can download a membership application or connect with the Union County Clubs at 704-591-2574.

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Blue Door Benefit on Aug. 12, 2022

Help us open the door to great futures for more youth in Union County. Join us for an evening of inspiration, with special guests, drinks, hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction. The event will be at The Bottle Factory (304 W. Franklin St., Monroe). Event starts at 7 p.m. and doors open at 6:15 p.m. You can get your ticket by making a $50 donation.

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Locations

The first Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club opened in Union County in January 2012. Today, we operate two Clubs in the county: Walter Bickett Elementary School in Monroe and East Union Middle School in Marshville.

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Donate

When you contribute to the Union County Boys & Girls Club, those dollars stay in Union County to help those kids who need it most.

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Shop our Walmart Registry

for Boys & Girls Club Needs

School supplies, games and everyday essentials needed for our Club kids to build Great Futures, start here with our online Walmart registry. All items go straight to our Clubs.

Union County Boys & Girls Clubs

Serving the youth of Union County

Our Mission:

To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

History:

The first Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club opened in Union County in January 2012; in just 12 months, the Club grew from 25 members to more than 200. A second Union County Club opened at East Union Middle School in 2014.

Union County Area Director
Janay Williams (E-mail)

Union County Committee Members
Kevin Byrum (Chairman) -- ATI Specialty Materials
Greg Dearlove
Tahira Stalberte -- Union County Public Schools
Harold Howell -- Risk Solutions Inc.
Gene Dennis -- Prestige Insurance Agency
Joshua Francis -- Northwest Mutual
Nolan McBride -- Mako Medical
David Casper -- UDI, Inc.