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Evergreen After School Club


Organizational Information

Parent Organization


Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization

Our mission: to serve all youth in Indiana County through Evergreen After School Club's core programs: Character & Leadership Development; Education & Career Development; Health & Life Skills; The Arts; and Sports, Fitness & Recreation. Evergreen operates before/after and summer programming for children in grades K-12 in the following school districts: Homer-Center, Penns Manor, United, and Indiana

History of Organization

In 2002, the Children's Advisory Commission in conjunction with Indiana County Department of Human Services, conducted the "Indiana County Speaks Up" survey. As a result of the survey data, in 2003, the Children's Advisory Commission of Indiana County (CAC) appointed and charged an ad hoc committee, (Youth Priorities Workgroup) to research viable solutions to meet the rural communities' expressed concerns and needs. By 2004, after an intense, nation-wide search of youth-serving organizations, the committee determined that Boys & Girls Clubs of America programs best met the needs identified by rural Indiana County residents and formed Evergreen Boys & Girls Club (EBGC). To solidify the relationship with Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Evergreen Boys & Girls Club formally affiliated with the Pittsburgh-based, Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania. EGBC opened it's doors in the summer of 2005 and. The organization serves annually between 1,000 - 1500 youth in grades K-12 in Indiana County. In 2018 The organization relinquished it affiliation with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America reflecting a change to its current name Evergreen After School Club.

Legal Structure

Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources

21st Century Community Learning Grants, Fundraisers, Mini Grants, and private donations

Contact Information

Key Leader(s)

Maria Ellenberger

Contact Person(s)

Maria Ellenberger

Contact Number(s)

724-910-1323 - Main Office

Contact Email(s)

Primary Address

Evergreen After School Club
655 Church Street, Suite 110
Indiana, PA, 15701-3550

Additional Addresses

Evergreen After School Club at Homer Center School District
70 Wildcat Lane
Homer City, PA, 15748
Evergreen After School Club at Penns Manor School District
6003 Rt 553 HWY
Clymer, PA, 15728
Evergreen After School Club at United School District
10780 Rt 56 HWY E
Armagh, PA, 15920
Evergreen After School Club at Indiana School District
Indiana, PA, 15701

Service Information

Service Area

Indiana County

Service Description

Evergreen After School Club provides youth in Grades K through 12 before/after school and summer programs. Programming includes activities in Character & Leadership, Education & Career Development, Health and Life Skills, the Arts, and Sports, Fitness & Recreation


After School Programs Summer Programs Before School Programs

Available Hours

School Year: 2:30 p.m.- 6:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday (Homer-Center, Penns Manor, United and Indiana School Districts) Summer: typically 3 weeks in June and 3 weeks in July, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 2:30p.m.

Fees/Cost for Services

No Fees or Cost for Services

Eligibility Requirements

Youth in grades K-12 during the school year and summer. Sites vary on grade requirements.

Required Documentation


How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments

Membership applications are availabe at Club offices and online at:

Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility


Languages Spoken or Available

English and Spanish

Speaker Available


Volunteer Use


Volunteer Need


Volunteer Description

clerical, program staff, presentations and speakers

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