It's almost the MOST WONDERFUL



One of the Club's most rewarding programs, CHRISTMAS FOR KIDS, helps Club Kids who are experiencing severe hardship to have a joyful and memorable Christmas!

Every donation, big or small, helps us buy clothes, groceries and holiday gifts to put under our communities kids.

Donate Here!


Break Schedule!

Christmas Break
December 18th - 21st • 9 am - 6 pm
CLOSED December 22nd - 26th
December 27th - 29th • 9 am - 6 pm
CLOSED January 1st

Don't forget to sign up for field trips
through your account.



New Member Registration!

Click Here to register for the 2017-2018 school year.  

Sign up for busing every Friday at noon for CDA Club. Check the busing tab for more details.

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 More Upcoming Events!


Breakfast With Santa

December 9th • 9-11am | CDA Club

Everyone is welcome to come have breakfast with Santa!

You can also write letters, you may just get
a response, and get your picture with Santa!

Recommended donation of $3 for kids and $5 for adults

100% of proceeds will go to our Christmas For Kids program.

Sponsored by Living CDA Property Group






Sponsor A Family Today!

Christmas For Kids takes selected Club members paired with volunteers shopping
for their families biggest needs.Each family will also receive everything they need to make
a nice holiday meal along with essentials to get through winter break. Sponsor Now!

Sponsor a child • $100
Sponsor a family • $500



Our mission:

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



Hope Newman named Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year

Whether she is tutoring, teaching leadership skills or keeping hyped-up kiddos occupied while they wait for pizza to bake, Hope Newman is happy with her role at the Boys and Girls Club.

A junior staff member and volunteer who adores the younger club members, Hope remembers being one of those little kids who needed positive role models to get her excited about the club.

"Having my family and the staff members encourage me to come here, it's changed my life," Hope, 17, said Tuesday evening. "The best part of Boys and Girls Club for me is that it's not just a daycare. The staff make the difference. They take hours planning the programs and making sure it's stuff we want to do rather than what you do in regular old P.E. or art class.

"They play with you and that kind of atmosphere. That’s why I come back," she said. "Now, being a junior staff, it’s really cool because I get to be that person that the staff were to me."

From a shy elementary-schooler to a confident Post Falls High School senior, the Boys and Girls Club has been an integral piece of Hope's journey. She created the "Step it Up" program to encourage other youths to be good leaders. She's active with the homework-focused "Power Hour" and runs creative writing workshops. She works at the Jordan Johnson Clubhouse in Post Falls and volunteers at the Coeur d'Alene Club.

She's an exemplary club representative, and this is why she was selected as the Boys and Girls Club of Kootenai County's 2017 Youth of the Year.



Great futures start here.

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Do your kids need a safe place to belong?

Our Clubs provide kids ages 6-18 with a safe place to not only drop-in after school but a place to call home. Our staff of caring, adult mentors take the time to hear from Club Members each day about their classes, their friends, and what's new in their lives. It's truly a great place!




Join our network of passionate supporters and make a lasting difference in the lives of local youth. Choose a volunteer opportunity that matches your availability, interest, and skills. We want you to have a fulfilling experience with our Clubs! Short-term and one-time commitments are available.