The Boys & Girls Clubs of Lorain County is part of a worldwide network of Boys and Girls Clubs. Located in every state, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and U.S. military installations overseas, Boys & Girls Clubs are delivering proven programs to millions of young people every day. Boys & Girls Clubs serve nearly 4
million young people annually, through membership and community outreach, in over
4,000 Club facilities throughout the country and on U.S. military installations worldwide.
To inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Lorain County provides:
A safe place to learn and grow
Ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals
Academic and Character enhancing programs and character development experiences
Hope and opportunity
- Nutrition and Wellness Education with a daily, balanced meal
Become a Member
If you're interested in becoming a member, please view the 'Programs' tab at the top of the page and click on 'Become a Member'. From there you will find a Membership Application that you can print, fill out, and drop off at our Oakwood, Elyria or Oberlin Unit.
Support Boys and Girls Clubs of Lorain County
If you are considering a contribution to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Lorain County, we thank you. Please see the 'Invest In Our Kids' tab at the top and click 'Donate Now.' It is safe and secure and we appreciate your support!
Boys & Girls Club of Lorain County is a 501(c)3 (nonprofit) organization and donations are tax deductible.
We would like to recognize Thomas Wimbush, a Boys and Girls Clubs of Lorain County alumnus member!
BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. -- Thomas Wimbush has been named
Mountain East Conference Freshman of the Year, as announced by the
league office this afternoon. Wimbush also joined teammates Stevie
Browning and Brendan Cooper on the MEC second team.
Wimbush, a 6-7 swingman from Lorain, Ohio, leads all freshmen in the
MEC with 14.6 points per game for the Falcons. He ranks 13th in the
league in rebounds (6.0) and 11th in field goal percentage (54.4). He
scored over 20 points eight times this season, including a career-best
25 points against No. 2 Bellarmine earlier this season. He was also a
second team All-MEC selection. Congratulations on your Freshman of The Year Award! Good luck in all your future endeavors, Thomas!