• Charity Navigator 4 Star Rating

    Once again the North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club has been awarded a 4 Star rating from Charity Navigator!  We are proud to receive this recognition which shows donors we use their funds responsibly.
  • Get Ready for Summer Day Camp!

    Summer Day Camp 2017!  Join us for some summer fun! Registration has begun! See the Spring Newsletter for more info.  Registration forms available under "Resources".     Summer fun begins Monday, June 12th, 2017 at the North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club in Lansdale and at the Indian Valley Club in Souderton. Get ready for some arts & crafts, to play games in the gym, dress like a Pirate & Princess, celebrate Christmas in July, and dozens of other guaranteed good times!
  • We have an App!

    A grant from the VNA Foundation of Greater North Penn made it all possible!  Download the North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club app from the App Store for the latest news on both our Clubhouses and our afterschool homework program sites. We can also send you a notification in case of an emergency closing or schedule change.  A big THANK YOU to the VNA Foundation for making it possible!  Pictured here from the VNA Foundation are (l to r): Bud Leister (Board Vice-President), Joanne Kline (Executive Director), and Curt Deardorff (Board Member).
  • Thank You BB&T Bank!

    The Boys & Girls Club received a $2,500 contribution from BB&T Bank through the EITC program.  This program supports our music, arts, and science activities.  Thank you to BB&T for your support!
  • PA State Representative Mary Jo Daley reads to Wissahickon Valley members

    The Wissahickon Valley Boys & Girls Club welcomed PA State Representative Mary Jo Daley to the afterschool homework program at the Ambler Mennonite Church.  Representative Daley read a book about being President and spent time answering questions from our Club members afterwards. Thank you Representative Daley for visiting us!  
  • Thank you Brittany Pointe Residents Association!

    Maureen Burger, Chairperson of the Charitable Donations Committee of Brittany Pointe Estates Residents Association presented the Boys & Girls Club with a $2,000 contribution.  The donation was from funds raised through a variety of activities.  We'd like to thank the residents for supporting the Boys & Girls Club and the youth we serve!
  • School to Career Partnership Award

    The North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club was recognized with the School to Career Partnership Award at the North Montco Technical Career Center Employer Appreciation Breakfast on May 8th. Our Club is proud to support Greg Gilrain, a North Montco student and our 2017 Youth of the Year, in his passionate pursuit of a career in law enforcement. Read More
  • Girls Day at Wissahickon Valley

    The Wissahickon Valley members were treated to a Girls Day!  Miss Robyn and Miss Laura planned a fun filled day of crafts, activities and fashion!  Swag bags were provided by Camryn's BFF!
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Success Stories


A Role Model for North Penn:  Rakibul Hassan

Rakibul, 17, attends North Penn High School and began volunteering at the Club three years ago when he realized he needed to turn his life around.  Rakibul has a great GPA at school, and helps run our Flag Football program.  His favorite subject is chemistry, and he hopes to attend Drexel or Temple, and one day work at a company like Merck.  His goals are also to be a leader in the Bengali community and to stay involved with the Club.  Congrats to Rakibul for his achievements!

Fresh From the Farm in Ambler

AmblerSucessStoryThanks to the popular healthy-eating program Food Four Thought and support from the Leo & Peggy Pierce Family Foundation and the VNA Foundation of Greater North Penn, Project Learn families made several trips to the Ambler Farmers’ Market.  Volunteer Miss Robyn and Site Director Kelly Kreamer-Curtis arranged for students and their families to tour the market, meet farmers, and share a healthy meal post-shopping.  The families also went home with healthy produce; thank you to Miss Robyn,  Ambler Farmers’ Market, the Pierce Family Foundation and the VNA Foundation for making this possible!

Raising Money and Hope in Indian Valley

 Members of the Keystone Club in Indian Valley held a bake sale to raise funds for a brave young man named Garret who has a rare neurological condition, Batten Disease.  The teens who participated raised more than $400, and raised awareness about this genetic disease which Garret and his family are facing with such great courage.  Thank you to the Keystone Club members who were proud to help out their new friend Garret. IVSuccessStory