Invest Your Time & Impact Lives at the Club

As important as it is for our members to have a safe place to be, it is just as important for the kids to feel heard, supported, and believed in. Volunteer role models provide that for our youth and help us to reach our mission of inspiring and enabling all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. Join the ranks of these great role models by investing your time in the great futures of our members – volunteer at the Club!

Volunteer Opportunities

Spending Time with Kids

General Program Support

Engage with youth through homework help, playing board games, shooting pool, hanging out in the gym, art projects, having meaningful conversations, and other Club activities.

Passion Program Support

Share your passion with the kids! Volunteer in an area you feel most comfortable, like sports & recreation, the Arts, STEM, reading through our Page Turners program or maybe you sing or play the piano, whatever your passion may be, we would love for you to share it with the kids!

Commitment for Program Support Opportunities:

You can choose as few or as many hours as you would like to volunteer. For planning purposes, we just ask that you schedule your time with our Unit Director, Connor Schultz prior.

Great Futures Mentoring Program

Be a role model for youth! Invest your time with an individual member on a 1 to 1 basis by taking part in our Mentorship Program. As a Volunteer Mentor, spend a minimum of 1 hour/week with a matched mentee participating in a range of activities and programs here at the Club. Work together with your mentee to create a plan to grow in areas such as academics, social skills, mental/physical wellbeing, conflict resolution and more. The objective of this program is to connect adult role models with individual Club Youth to help our members continue to develop into strong leaders, caring citizens, and productive, responsible adults. Help us support Manitowoc’s youth in becoming the best version of themselves!

Ideal mentors are willing to commit roughly 4 hours each month (1 hour/week) for a minimum of 6 months.

Location & Hours of Operation: 

The Boys & Girls Club of Manitowoc County – 3651 Dewey St., Manitowoc, WI 54220

Office: (920) 905-5172

School Year Hours: 3:00 PM-7:00 PM Monday-Friday (Closed the 1st Friday of each month for Staff Development)

Summer Hours: 8:00 AM-5:30 PM Monday-Friday 

I want to volunteer, what’s next? 

  1. Fill out the volunteer application.
  2. You will need to complete a background check.
  3. Attend a volunteer orientation session.
  4. Schedule your volunteer opportunities with Unit Director, Connor Schultz.
  5. Make an impact on the youth in our community!

*If you are volunteering for a one-time opportunity and children will not be present, the background check may be waived.

For more information about these volunteer opportunities with kids, contact Branch Director, Connor Schultz at or (920) 905-5522.

Special Events & Admin 

The Club hosts multiple events throughout the year, from fundraisers to community events and family social events. Event and admin volunteer opportunities can range from addressing and stuffing envelopes to helping with donation collections or event registration. A list of special events can be found below.

  • Bright Futures Club Social – Winter/Spring
  • Jr. Youth of the Year – Spring 
  • Holy Family Memorial Marathon – Summer
  • Great Futures Fore Kids Golf Outing – Summer
  • End of Summer Picnic – August
  • Matching Gift Challenge – Fall
  • Festival Foods Turkey Trot – Thanksgiving
  • Joy of Giving – Winter

To volunteer for special events or admin opportunities, please contact Resource Development Coordinator, Callie Braun at or (920) 905-5544.

Plan a Group Project

We are always in need of help around the Club. If you and a group want to get together with a specific idea in mind to help support the Club, that’s great! Projects can range from supply drives to beautification of our facility and general maintenance to different organizing projects. If you are interested in volunteering in this way, please contact Branch Director, Connor Schultz at or (920) 905-5522.