As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the Boys & girls Club of Milford is committed to Surviving,
Driving and Thriving for the Youth in our Community!

We know the Club has always played an important role in our members and families lives. However, they will now need us more
than ever as we recover from the effects of COVID-19- Rebuilding a feeling of safety and normalcy in our children's lives.

We are asking for your help today to DRIVE the Boys & Girls Club of Milford forward. We need your support! Your donation will help to make
sure we can be there for our kids in need, during this time of uncertainty.

Every dollar raised will be used to ensure the Boys & Girls Club of Milford can SURVIVE this unprecedented time! DRIVE forward to raise important
funding and create innovative and impactful programming! Then THRIVE for many years to come as a staple for the youth who need us most!

Your Monthly Donation Will Ensure the Boys & Girls Club of Milford SURVIVES-DRIVES-THRIVES For Many Years to Come!


Your support provides a safe, nurturing place
for 1 in every 10 Milford public school students to
learn, grow and succeed.

Donate Today

Every dollar can make a positive impact on local kids and their families.

Give Monthly

Just $25 can help the Boys & Girls Club reach, grow and inspire more kids.

Send a Check

Make checks payable to:
The Boys & Girls Club of Milford
PO Box 2294
Milford, CT 06460
ATTN: Megan Altomare

588 youths served in 2018

Available to 5,884 youths in
Milford Public Schools


members participate in daily mentoring activities.


of our members missed less than three days of school.


of our High School members are on track to graduate.

Other ways you can give to
Boys & Girls Clubs of Milford


Leave a legacy with a bequest in your will or life insurance to The Boys & Girls Clubs of Milford.

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Equity Gifts

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Many employers have programs that match employees' donations to worthy organizations.

1.3 million kids (1 out of 5) leave school every day with no place to go. They risk being unsupervised, unguided and unsafe.