For over 70 years, the Ludlow Community Center/Randall Boys & Girls Club has served as the town of Ludlow’s main resource for life-enhancing youth programs and activities. The Club operates 51 weeks a year, 7 days a week, serving members from Ludlow as well as surrounding communities in Hampden and Hampshire counties. The Club provides a broad range of programs in five core program areas: Character and Leadership Development; Education and Career Development; Health and Life Skills; The Arts; and Sports, Fitness and Recreation; and several specialized initiatives, based on community need. Programs are designed to drive positive outcomes for youth and reinforce critical life skills.
Housed in a 38,000 sq. ft building that opened its doors in 2002, the Club has a unique public/private model and prides itself on also operating as a community center that serves adults too. With over 60 youth development, fitness, and aquatics programs, in addition to a series of community events throughout the year, the Ludlow Community Center/Randall Boys & Girls Club is truly a place that offers something for everyone.
The Ludlow Community Center/Randall Boys & Girls Club is a community based not for profit, which provides youth and adult life enhancing programs. Our programs focus on promoting healthy lifestyles, academic success, and developing strong character and leadership skills.
Did You Know?
Over this past year, the Club served 2,200 youth and families.
Our members reside in Ludlow and surrounding communities in Hampden and Hampshire counties.
Did You Know the Club Engages Youth in Programs Making an Impact on
Character & Citizenship, Healthy Lifestyles, Academic Success, Family and Community.
We Are On the Move!
Since 2011 the Club membership has increased by 24%.
Dollars & Cents
The Ludlow Community Center/Randall Boys & Girls Club facility is unique in that the Town of Ludlow owns the facility.
The Ludlow Community Center/Randall Boys & Girls Club provides programming and staffing of the facility and is responsible for raising an annual budget of $1.7 M.
Additional funds from foundations, corporations, and individual donations are greatly needed to assist in defraying cost to support current operations.
It’s All In The Numbers:
|Adult Membership:||560 served annually|
|Average Daily attendance:||227 youth during the school year||152 youth during the summer|
|Single Parent Households:||19%|
|Community Outreach:||Total Youth Outreach 811||Total Youth Served 2,200|
|Gender:||49% Men||51% Female|
|Ages of Youth Served:||2 years 9 months to 18 years of age|
2 % Hispanic
1% American Indian