Unfortunately, all Olivet Clubs are currently Closed for after school programs due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, however, we continue to work hard to meet the needs of our community!

Working with our community partners, Grab & Go Dinner & Snacks will be available at the following locations Monday through Friday:

4:30pm – 5:30pm

    • Clinton Street Club (620 Clinton Street)
    • Pendora Club (330 S. 19th Street)
    • PAL Unit (325 Walnut Street)
    • Mulberry  Club (722 Mulberry Street)
    • Oakbrook Club (1161 Pershing Blvd.)

5:30pm – 7:00 pm

    • Conrad Weiser Middle School (347 Penn Ave., Robesonia)
    • Kenhorst (339 S. Kenhorst Blvd., Reading)

Saturday Grab & Go Lunches   –  12pm – 1pm

  • available at the 5 Reading Clubs listed above
  • 2 lunches per bag to cover Saturday & Sunday

Family Food Pantry Boxes (*one per car) will be available each week beginning at 4:30pm on the following days at the  locations listed below.  Food boxes are distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. 

Thursday:  Oakbrook & Pendora Clubs

Friday:  PAL Unit, Clinton Street Club & Mulberry

Olivet Boys & Girls Club is partnering with the United Way, Reading School District, Reading REC, Helping Harvest and Centro Hispano to provide necessary provisions for our community members.  Working together, we continue our mission of providing brighter futures for our Reading and Berks County kids and their families.

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Since 1898, Olivet Boys & Girls Club has been touching the lives of thousands of youth each year. We reach out to the area’s young people most in need of our help and provide them with a safe, fun and positive environment to thrive in.

Step inside Olivet Boys & Girls Club and you’ll find something magical: young people learning, exploring and connecting with caring adults. Kids completing their homework. Teens researching colleges or planning a community service project. Club members laughing and playing games with their friends, while improving their health at the same time.

The Club experience is a one of a kind opportunity to unlock GREAT FUTURES.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

90%

of our members expect to graduate from high school


91%

of our members abstain from marijuana use


85%

take more responsibility for their actions


81%

feel more comfortable about their futures


“Olivet Boys & Girls Club kept me and my friends out of trouble growing up. It (the Club) was like a second home”

Elton George - Atlanta, GA


AFFILIATIONS

UPCOMING EVENTS

Leaders & Legends Dinner

Thursday, March 5th, 2020

DoubleTree Reading

Olivet Invitational Golf Tournament & Cocktail Party

Monday, August 17th, 2020

Berkshire Country Club

RECENT NEWS

January 20, 2020 – Olivet Boys & Girls Clubs pack essentials for the homeless for Martin Luther King Jr. Day – Click Here

August 4, 2019 – Professional and pint-sized players having a ball on refurbished Oakbrook field – Click Here

July 4, 2019 – Mike Drago: Brandon George’s $1,000 Athlete of the Year scholarship goes to his favorite cause: Olivet Boys & Girls Club – Click Here

June 6, 2019 – Olivet Boys & Girls Clubs gets new CEO – Click Here