221 West 13th Street
Riviera Beach, FL 33404
Club Director: Anthony Talton
Monday – Friday from 2 – 8 p.m.
Summer, winter and spring breaks, teacher planning days
Monday – Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday 2 p.m. – 12 a.m.
- $30 annual membership fee for school year
- Affordable fees for extended programs (summer/spring/winter)
- Nominal fees for transportation
- Scholarships available
- Total membership: 881
- 55% boys, 45% girls
- 92% African American, 1% White, 5% multiracial and 2% other
- 84% of the youth served live in non-traditional or single parent households
- 72% live in households with annual income less than $30,000
- 71% of Club members qualify for free or reduced lunch at school
- 2 game rooms, technology center, library, kitchen/snack bar, guidance and leadership room, arts & crafts, science lab, gymnasium, dance studio, music (piano) room, and outdoor play areas.
- 22,500 square feet
Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County works to help youth of all backgrounds develop the qualities needed to become responsible citizens and leaders. The Club offers daily access to a broad range of programs in six core areas: character and leadership development; education and career development; health and life skills; the arts; sports and fitness; and technology.
- 21st Century Programs- Academic Enrichment
- Arts and crafts
- Character Education
- College and Career Readiness programs
- Computer and Technology Education
- Cultural Arts
- Daily homework help
- Daily inside and outside recreation
- Dance Classes
- Financial Literacy
- Gardening Program
- Health and Wellness
- Leadership Programs
- Piano Classes
- Sports & Fitness
- STEM Programs and Robotics
- Summer reading Program
- Summer/Spring/Winter Camps
- Tutoring with certified teachers
Opening in 1991, in one of the city’s old firehouses, the Riviera Beach Boys & Girls Club truly had a humble beginning. Utilizing the bays where the fire trucks once stood, the Club welcomed nearly 100 children in need of services, but quickly reached capacity.
As Riviera Beach Elementary School was closing, the organization leased two of the buildings. The lease included the original schoolhouse built in 1927. This increased the facility to nearly 14,000 square feet, which enabled the organization to serve several hundred children on a daily basis.
From 1993 to 2010, the Clubhouse served thousands of young people, but the school buildings lacked amenities and were slowly deteriorating due to age. Thanks to a generous gift from the Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation, Lesly Smith, Danielle Hickox Moore and Siro and Roberta DeGasperis a new clubhouse opened on November 13, 2010. This 22,500 square foot state-of-the-art facility opened its doors and welcomed the next generation of young people.
“We love the family nights! It’s fantastic that the Club cares about the kids AND their families. We love the Max!”