Boys & Girls Clubs of Northern Westchester
"The Positive Place For Kids"

Affiliated with the national organization
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
In recent years, the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester has been considered among the finest Clubs in the nation.
It is autonomously run with its own Board of Directors.
Additionally, the Club is a member agency of the
United Way of Putnam and Westchester Counties.

Mission Statement

The Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester is a nonprofit organization located in Mount Kisco, New York, dedicated to the service of all youth through quality programs designed to enhance their lives through education, athletics and social interaction.

The Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester is governed by the Board of Directors. Our purpose is to provide supervised recreation, physical instruction, educational programs, cultural programs and social programs for all youth in Northern Westchester County. These programs are delivered by a trained professional staff.  When space is available, programs are also provided to other segments of the population, such as adult lap swimming and exercise classes.

Because we are a nonprofit corporation, we strive to keep our fees low so that all youths can participate. For those people who may not be able to afford our fees, scholarship help is available.

As our operating budget is developed each year, we know that the fees we generate from our programs will not allow us to balance our operating budget. This requires us to raise funds in other ways, so that we will operate with a balanced budget.

Office Hours:

Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm

Important Note Regarding Drop Off Zone & Parking

The purpose of the Drop Off Zone in front of the Boys & Girls Club building and Parking Regulations
is the safety of ALL our children. All Marlins Parents are asked to abide by the following:

  • All vehicles MUST stop at the Stop sign
  • Do not stop or park in the crosswalk in front of the club
  • Do not park in the Drop Off Zone or by the curbs in the driveway
  • Handicap permits must be visible in the windshield
  • Do not leave your car running or your children unattended while you enter the building