Becoming a Member
We are now excepting membership forms online! Memberships completed online incur a small processing fee.
All membership payments using a credit card must be completed online through our Active account. Paper memberships may be accepted but the processing fee will still be applied.
Payment plans are only available through our online membership process and requires a minimum $5 per member deposit.
Select your Club below to sign up:
- Youth ages 6- 12 – $25 for the one child in the household and $5 for each additional child
- Youth ages 13- 18 – $5 per person
- Active Military Families – membership is free with completion of military affiliation form. Please fill out the form and email it to email@example.com to receive your coupon code for free membership. You can also print and turn in this form to your Club with your paper membership.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland serves young people 6–18 years old. Our school-based programs are restricted to the age range of the students attending that school.
Please note: Children must be at least 6 years old and in the first grade to be able to attend the Clubs.
SCHOLARSHIPS & FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
We believe that all kids should have the opportunity to participate in Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland programs. Financial assistance and scholarship are available for membership dues and program fees.
Assistance for Membership Dues
We do not require members to complete an application to receive financial assistance for yearly dues. If membership fees cause any hardships, we ask that families reach out to their Club Director directly to determine a payment option that works best.
Scholarships for Program Fees
Scholarships are available for supplemental program fees. To apply for a program scholarship, please fill out the form below and return to your Club Director.
OPEN DOOR POLICY
Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland has and Open Door Policy. This means that members are free to enter and leave the Club. It is the responsibility of the parents/guardian to instruct their child as to whether they can leave the Club or not.