Become a volunteer at one of our Club locations and help bring great futures to youth today!
Tutors: During our after school program, tutors are paired with Club members either individually or in a group to assist with tutoring. This take place on Monday through Friday during the school year.
Sport Coaches: During our sports program, our teams are paired with a volunteer coach. They meet weekly for practice and their game. On average 20 coaches are needed among all our Clubs.
Referees: Volunteer referees are needed for each of our sport events. Referees with experience and knowledge of sport’s rules are needed 2-3 times per week for 1-2 hours.
Event Volunteers: UBGC has four annual fundraisers. No experience is necessary. Volunteers can assist with preparations before or during the event that include solicitation of silent auction items, mailings, and set up on the day of the event.
Mentors: Are needed for to assist our Club members with character and leadership development. This requires no experience. Our goal is to have 50 members meet with our Club members once a week during the school year.
To become a UBGC Volunteer, complete the Volunteer Application below. Once you complete the application, download and complete our Background Check form. This must document must be signed in order to complete your application as it is required to volunteer at our Club locations. There is no cost to this service.
If you have any questions, please contact Jamie Collins, Vice President of Operations.
The Alumni Association of the United Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County would like to invite all Boys & Girls Club alumni to “Come on Home”! Our goal is to have 500 registered alumni and we need your help to make this a reality.
Reasons to join:
- Reconnect with organization and childhood friends
- Ability to make a difference in the lives of children and families in need
- Invitation to exclusive Alumni Events & Alumni Golf Tournament
- Alumni Online Newsletter
- Volunteer your expertise with the Club
“At the Club, I learned mental toughness, a strong work ethic, and that there are consequences to winning and losing . . . generally, I learned to compete in life.”
Head Coach, Mississippi State University
Goleta Boys & Girls Club Alum ’60 – ’70