THE BOYS’ CLUB OF NEW YORK
The Boys’ Club of New York (BCNY) is a youth development organization that provides diverse and inclusive after-school and weekend programming to boys and young men aged 7 to 21 years. All boys are welcome, regardless of zip code, immigration status, or family income.
Our curriculum is designed to empower boys and young men to share their strengths with the world. On their BCNY journeys, members acquire tools to demonstrate academic and emotional competence, discover their rich characters, connect to their communities, and feel confident.
Membership and all programming are free of charge.
BCNY is dedicated to ensuring all boys experience a childhood full of fun, play, agency and choice. With BCNY programs, members explore their diverse interests and strengths and are equipped to reimagine masculinities free from racist stereotypes and gender norms.
At BCNY, boys and young men can choose from over 40 afterschool and weekend programs that nurture the 4cs: competence, confidence, connection to community, and character development. From high-school and career prep to arts and aquatics, there’s something for everyone.
Become a Member
By joining BCNY your child will have full access to clubhouse facilities (such as gyms, recreation rooms, arts and photography studios, and pool) and programs. Members are grouped by age, surrounded by peers and participate in age-appropriate activities.
The 2022 Co-Chairs invite you to join us for the Boys’ Club of New York’s Fall Celebration
This event will be filmed and photographed. By attending the event, you and your guests give consent to be filmed and photographed.
To make a tax-deductible contribution to the Fall Celebration, please click here.
For corporate sponsorship, please click here.
Come and learn more about what we do, visit the new admin office, and join the Happy Hour afterwards with fellow YAC and potential YAC members!
September 21, 6-8pm at 91 5th Avenue, New York, NY
Just in time for Football Season, BCNY proudly presents our 2022 All-gender Flag Football League. The League will meet from October 1st to November 12th, from 2:00pm-6:00pm at Thomas Jefferson Park in East Harlem. The championship game will be held on November 12th. There is a 14U and 17U Division. Sign-up is open to youth of all genders, grades 2-12.