The Salvation Army’s Boys & Girls Clubs

MIDDLE RIVER (August, 12, 2016) The Salvation Army of Central Maryland’s Boys& Girls Clubs celebrate their last day of summer camp.

The Salvation Army operates three Boys & Girls Clubs throughout central Maryland which provide children and youth with educational, spiritual, and recreational programs.

Clubs offers children and youth an opportunity to interact with their peers in a structured and supervised environment.

Each of the three Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs in Central Maryland, Franklin Square, Middle River and Glen Burnie, work collectively with families, schools, and outside agencies to provide at-risk youth, ages 6 to 18, with fun educational, recreational, cultural, and technological experiences, helping them to build new friendships, learn new skills, and explore their own talents and strengths. Programs provided also promote teamwork, healthy lifestyle choices, and community involvement.

Our B&G clubs offer a variety of after school and summer programs.Performance activities also are offered, including drama and dance. Functional living skills provide instruction on nutrition, basic cooking, the value of money, and buying foods at the grocery store. Community outreach includes dinners and social events for parents and the general community, as well as service within the neighborhood.

In addition to the formal programs, onsite libraries and computer labs help foster academic achievement. Board games, billiards, table tennis, and table hockey are available, as well as a teen room and informal, age-appropriate rap sessions in which participants can feel safe about sharing their questions and experiences.


Executive Director
Windy Chavis

Franklin Square Club
215 N. Calhoun Street
Baltimore, MD 21223
(410) 728-4888

Glen Burnie Club
511 S. Crain Highway
Glen Burnie, MD 21060
(410) 768-3482

Middle River Club
1400 Fuselage Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21220
(410) 682-2450

Our Programs

  • Educational Programs

    Power Hour – an engaging homework help and tutoring program

    Club Tech – a computer literacy program that enforces technology skills, internet access, and internet safety

    Career Lunch – classes that assess skills, interests, explore careers, make positive educational decisions, and prepare youth to join the work force

    Graduation – children create goals leading to short and long-term academic gains

  • S.M.A.R.T. Moves (Skills Mastery and Resistance Training)

    A nationally acclaimed comprehensive prevention program that helps kids resist premature sexual activity, alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

  • Kids in Control/Street SMART

    A four module program that provides youth with an awareness of gangs and violence, the skills needed to: resist negative conflict, become positive peer leaders in their communities, recognize and accept their own cultural identities, as well as those of others.

  • Passport to Manhood

    Sessions for boys ages 11-14 that concentrate on specific aspects of manhood through highly interactive activities.

  • Smart Girls

    Smart Girls consists of interactive sessions for Club girls ages 8-17 that focus of fitness, teen pregnancy, and developing positive relationships with peers and adults.

  • Athletic Activities

    Athletic activities include basketball, golf instruction and practice, touch football, track camp, and kickball.

  • Day Camp

    Summer day camp provides educational and recreational programming to youth ages 7-13 in the Greater Baltimore Area.

  • Community Camp

    Offers at-risk youth the opportunity to attend Camp Tomahawk in West Virginia for a week in the summer.Children take part in structured activities learning new skills and self-reliance.