All CHPW members age 6-18 are now members of their local Boys & Girls Club!
We've partnered with Boys & Girls Club of Washington to offer all of our members age 6-18 free membership in participating clubs! All they have to do is show a copy of the CHPW member ID card.
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What does a Boys & Girls Club membership include?
The Boys & Girls Club helps kids achieve their potential through after school programs, character development, support, security, and mentorship. Read more about the impact Boys & Girls Club membership has on kids' lives.
As a CHPW member, your child will get:
- Free Club access during open hours: after school until 6:30 p.m. or 7:30 p.m.
- Summer Club access (check with your local Club for hours and participation)
- Free after-school progams on healthy lifestyles, fitness, and homework support.
- Free snack or meal.
- Free transportation to and from the Club (in certain areas).
This membership doesn't include free enrollment in additional camps, sports leagues, licensed care or other programs.
Unfortunately, some areas don't have Boys & Girls Clubs. These include Chelan, Douglas, Kittitas, and Yakima counties. Call your local club to see if they offer annual membership or limited membership. Clubs in Pierce, Mason, and Kitsap Counties only offer two-month memberships for free.
We're tackling childhood obesity!
Childhood obesity is an epidemic. Today, 1 in 3 children age 2-19 are overweight or obese. For minorities, the rates are even higher. Obesity, which is linked to diabetes and heart disease, robs our children of a healthy future, and that's not ok with us. Read more about childhood obesity from the Washington State Department of Health.
As part of our partnership with Boys & Girls Club, we're going to focus on nutrition education and healthy eating programs. We're excited to empower our kids to make positive choices about what they eat.