The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Dubuque participates in the USDA’s Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) free at-risk meal program. The Club serves over 150,000 meals per year, meeting the nutritional needs of all of our members.
In addition to the school year program, we sponsor a Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) also funded by the USDA and the United Way to provide free breakfast, lunch, supper and snacks to children in the community during the summer vacation period. This program is administered by the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Dubuque and serves on weekdays at the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Dubuque facility while also at over 15 locations throughout the city. This is a free program at the Leisure Services playground sites and Terrace Heights Community Center.
We also serve students from St. Marks and the Multiculutural Center who visit our open site almost daily for breakfast or lunch during the summer.
If you or your organization would like to participate and support our meal program, please contact the Club for more information.
For more information regarding meal services, please contact Nicholas Jones, Director of Food Services, CACFP/SFSP, USDA Administrator for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Dubuque by phone at (563) 585-0599 or email.
Monday–Friday: *10:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
*Breakfast will be served from 10:30–11:00 a.m.
Monday–Friday: 3:00–7:00 p.m.
Raptor is a visitor management system that enhances the Club's security by reading a visitor's drivers’ license (or other approved government issued ID), comparing information against a sex offender database to alert school administrators and District police if a match is found. Once cleared through the system, a visitor badge is produced that includes a photo, name of the visitor, date & time, and destination.Read More