BGCO’s number one goal is to keep youth safe, while engaging them in disguised learning activities. Instead of sitting at home on the couch playing video games, youth are actively learning while having fun, ultimately preventing summer learning loss. This summer, youth have participated in an egg drop experiment, designed contraptions out of recycled materials, hiked Annie’s Canyon Trail, and toured Mission San Juan Capistrano where they made their own Adobe bricks! The height of the summer fun so far was Dr. Bronner’s Magic Foam Experience, a biodegradable “SnoFoam” that turned our warm summer day into a snowy oasis!
It was a great time to tour the Club since summer camp was in action! Diamond talked about the over 350 youth who attend summer camp. At $95 a week, it is one of the most affordable summer camps in North County. The Club also offers scholarships to families in need, with funds raised by the Board of Directors.
“We were honored to host Supervisor Desmond, and we had a lot of fun with him and his team during their visit! We look forward to partnering with him to ensure that all youth in Oceanside have the opportunity to reach their fullest potential,” said Jodi Diamond, CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside.
For more information about the Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside please contact Rhonda Guaderrama at, call (760) 433-8920, and visit our website or Facebook page at.
About Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside
Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside (BGCO) is a youth development organization that is dedicated to providing a safe, fun and enriching environment for youth to spend time during non-school hours.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside is a local, independent organization affiliated with Boys & Girls Clubs of America. BGCO raises 100% of the funds that support our life changing programs through individual giving, events and grants. 100% of those funds stay right here in North County to serve youth in our local communities.
We continue to uphold our mission: To inspire, develop and enrich young people to reach their fullest potential as confident, responsible, caring members of society.