The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club

For over 50 years, The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs have been unique places created by The Salvation Army that offer programs and services that exemplify and actively practice Christian principles. This is done in a way that causes recipients of our services to learn to admire the values, ethics and skills presented, and incorporate them into their own lives. To reach today’s young people and their families in a non-threatening way, our Clubs create an accepting, positive and challenging environment where young people of every background, circumstance, race, creed and religion feel welcomed. As part of the Salvation Army’s family and services, this program is offered to the poorest and neediest among us. It is for this reason that The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs are so vital to The Salvation Army’s mission and ministry

The Salvation Army Clubs are Making a Difference


of Club teens expect to graduate from high school


Total Youth Reached


of Club youth volunteer in their community at least once a year


of members who attend Clubs regularly that say they can stand up for what is right, even if their friends disagree

Boys and Girls Club

Explore innovative programs designed to empower youth, ages 6 to 12, to excel in school, become good citizens and lead healthy, productive lives

Education and Career Development

Career Launch, diplomas2Degrees, Summer Brain Gain, DIY STEM, Project Learn, Junior Staff, Money Matters, Power Hour and Tech Girls Rock. These programs are designed to ensure that all Club members graduate from high school on time, ready for a post-secondary education and a 21st-century career. Boys & Girls Clubs’ unique approach to workforce readiness prepares youth for success in their first jobs and helps them develop a plan to achieve their chosen careers.

Character and Leadership Development

Keystone Club, Youth of the Year, Million Members, Million Hours of Service and Torch Club. These programs help youth become responsible, caring citizens and acquire skills to participate the democratic process. Program participants also develop leadership skills and gain opportunities for planning, decision-making, contributing to Club and community and celebrating our national heritage.


Health and Life Skills

Passport to Manhood, SMART Moves, Cyber Safety, SMART Girls, Healthy Habits. These programs develop young people’s capacity to engage in positive behaviors to nurture their well-being, set personal goals and grow into self-sufficient adults.

The Arts

These programs are designed to foster creativity in young people and give them outlets for self-expression.

Sports, Fitness and Recreation

Triple Play, Play Bal, RBI, PGA Sports Academy, ALL STARS and Jr. RBI. These Club programs help develop physical fitness, reduce stress and promote a positive use of leisure time, appreciation for the environment and interpersonal skills.

Spiritual Development

Adventure Corps: Explorer (Grades 1-5) and Ranger (Grades 6-12) Programs. Girls Character Building: Sunbeam (Grades 1-5) and Guard (Grades 6-12) Programs and Club 316 (all grades). Orange Programs: Orange 252 Kids and 252 Basics.  These programs are a holistic Christian Education experience. Our goal is to help children develop social and communication habits, decision making and life skills, character, and leadership in a balanced environment for learning, developing, and caring that is age-appropriate and Christ-centered.

Our Mission

To enable young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

Our Vision

To provide a world-class club experience that assures success is within reach of every young person we see.

The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club of Texas City choir sang at the Women’s Auxiliary Boots and BBQ event at the Nessler Center on April 21. This was their first public performance and some were a little nervous! The music program is brand new and headed up by Ezequiel Garcia-Alcala, a Corps Mission Associate serving Texas City for two years. Ezequiel shared that he was introduced to music as a child in Mexico in a Salvation Army program and now he teaches children about the love of God through music.

The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club of Texas City

4801 Emmett F. Lowry Expressway Frontage Rd

Texas City, TX  77591

Hours of Operation

(Open to all youth Kindergarten to 12th grade)

School Year:  2:30pm to 6:30pm

Summer: 8:30am to 5:30pm

For more information contact:

Cedric Cherfils

Club Director