Success Story; Meet Ramon

Ramon and his family know firsthand what it feels like to be HOMELESS. Ramon's father is a migrant farm worker and his mother works seasonal production jobs, however their hard work could not make ends meet and the family was soon without a home.


Invest in the Future Today!

While membership in our Clubs is only $35 annually per child, it costs our organization much more to put one young person through our programs. Contributions by generous companies, organizations, foundations and individuals are an essential lifeline for providing promise to our youth.

BGCTracy In The News

Club, churches collaborate to serve community dinner

Nearly 300 people showed up Monday evening, Nov. 25, for a free Thanksgiving dinner at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tracy’s Richard O. Hastie Clubhouse on West Lowell Avenue.

Gambling raid pays off for Boys & Girls Clubs

A police raid on an Internet gambling cafe in May is turning out to be a jackpot for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tracy, which will receive computers seized during that raid on Friday, Jan. 17.

Tracy real estate workers pitch in for kids

The Tracy realty group, 1912 W. Grant Line Road, and 18 other offices in the Central Valley and Bay Area closed for a day to volunteer in their communities.

Villalovoz student is Boys & Girls Clubs Youth of the Year

Alex Foshee, 10, held up a book for a group of younger children to see as he read a story Tuesday at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tracy at Villalovoz Elementary School.

McKinley Boys & Girls Club Participates in Tracy Makes A Difference Day

Members and staff of the McKinley Boys & Girls Club took part in a city wide community service day recognized as Make a Difference Day. Nationally, Make a Difference Day falls on the fourth Saturday.