• Welcome

    Welcome to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Hancock County.




  • Welcome

    Welcome to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Hancock County.




  • Welcome

    Welcome to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Hancock County.




Mission Statement:
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Hancock County is a youth development organization providing a positive environment which seeks to inspire and enable all young people to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.

Who we are

The BGCHC is a non-profit organization overseen by a volunteer board of directors and directed by a paid professional staff of two and a part-time staff of twelve.

All programs and activities are developed to give youth positive outcomes in the areas of academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles.
Greenfield Elks #1720 have been long time supporters of our organization. Friday night they presented their annual donation (with a little extra this year). We thank you, our board of directors thank you and our families and members thank you. ... See MoreSee Less
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Do you remember the adult in your life who made you feel like you could do anything? That’s the power of a great mentor. Read why every kid needs a mentor: bgca.org/news-stories/2021/November/impact-of-mentoring-on-youth-why-every-kid-needs-a-mentor ... See MoreSee Less
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Our community…..❤️I recently sat down to get to know the Boys and Girls Clubs of Hancock County’s Director, Chantel Fowler, and instantly understood her passion for children and this Organization. Her ideals and inspiring motivation to help children go beyond normal behaviors of most non-profit directors I have met. The difference she is making in Hancock County is amazing, and there’s plenty of help that is needed to continue to get the Club where it needs to be to continue to help more children. Our Quotes for a Purpose program will allow us to help by donating for each referred person who allows us to quote them. Last quarter, our customers sent loved ones, co-workers and friends our way which allowed us to give a $600 donation to the KBMSK. We are hoping to grow that number this quarter, but we need YOUR help! Simply have those you care about call our office to get a free quote, and we give back! Children are our future and this organization’s mission is to help develop children by providing a positive environment which seeks to inspire and enable all young people to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.Thank you, Chantel, for the admirable work you and your staff do each and every day to impact our youth! #helpingfamilies #likeagoodneighbor #boysandgirlsclubofamerica #insurewithjurs #jakefromstatefarm #statefarm #StateFarm100 ... See MoreSee Less
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The day is here. You have until 8 tonight to support the club!!!!Be the Office Lunch Hero!Grab some great food for the team tomorrow while helping to support our organization! ... See MoreSee Less
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95% of Club members say the adults at their Club believe that they will be a success. When kids have a caring mentor guiding them forward, they’re empowered to reach their full potential. In honor of National Mentoring Month, we’re sharing stories all month of some of the incredible mentees and mentors here at the Boys & Girls Club of Hancock County. Comment below any of your own personal stories you want to share about those Club staff that have impacted you and helped shape who you are today! ... See MoreSee Less
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Jim Andrews Unit

  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Hancock County
  • 715 E. Lincoln Street
  • Greenfield, IN 46140
  • (317) 462-2404

Hours of Operation

  • School Day hours: 2:15 - 6:00
  • School break hours: varies - please call

Eastern Hancock Extension

  • Eastern Hancock Elementary
  • 10450 250N
  • Charlottesville, IN 46117

Hours of Operation

  • Before-School hours: 6:30am - 8:00am (8:30am - 10:00am on 2-hr delays)
  • After-School hours: after school - 6:00pm
  • All School Breaks are supported by the Jim Andrews Unit