Fort Smith Boys and Girls Club

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We’re Going Places Together

The Fort Smith Boys & Girls Clubs mission is to help youth of all backgrounds develop qualities needed to become responsible citizens and leaders. Through our association with Boys & Girls Clubs of America, we seek to enhance the quality of life for the youth of our community.

Snap. Post. Give. Social Media Campaign

Get excited Fort Smith, Arkansas! The SNAP POST GIVE campaign to raise money for the Fort Smith Boys & Girls Club’s STAND WITH U program is active. A $5 donation to the club’s program will be made for every qualifying picture of a FSBGC van wrapped by UFCU that is posted to Facebook and tagging UFCU within the next two days; up to $2,500 total donation.
For safety reasons, please do not snap, post or text while driving.


Snap a picture of a Boys and Girls Club Shuttle.


Post to Facebook and tag United Federal Credit Union.


We’ll donate $5 to the club’s Stand with U program.

The SNAP, POST, GIVE campaign is active on:

  • December 11 – 15, 2017
  • January 15 – 19, 2018
  • February 12 – 16, 2018
  • March 12 – 16, 2018
  • April 16 – 20, 2018
  • May 14 – 18, 2018

While the campaign is active a $5 donation will be made to the Fort Smith Boys & Girls Club (“FSBGC”) for each qualifying picture of a FSBGC van wrapped by UFCU that is posted to Facebook and tags UFCU’s Facebook page. To qualify, the picture must be an original photo; pictures posted on a previous day or duplicate pictures from another Facebook user will not be accepted. One donation per person, per day. Donation maximum of $2,500.

Stand with U Program

As part of our community partnership with the Fort Smith Boys & Girls Club, we have been given the opportunity to be the exclusive sponsor for their mentoring program. This is the most valued of the BGC programs as it directly impacts at risk kids and provides the core relationships needed from mentors. For the past 20 years, the mentoring program has provided FSBGC members with the opportunity to receive one-on-one guidance through meetings held once per week at the Club. Volunteer mentors serve as positive role models and help enhance the child’s self-esteem and confidence level.