Allied Family Center Club

As a high quality out-of-school time provider, Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County is committed to promoting school-age children’s emotional and social development, in addition to their academic achievement. Programming focuses on the core service areas of: Character & Leadership Development, Education & Career Development, Health & Life Skills, Arts & Culture and Sports, Recreation & Fitness.  The licensed program participates in in the YoungStar quality rating process and implements the School-Age Curricular Framework.

Payment Options: If you are interested in making your payment online, please click here.

WI Shares:
Provider #: 1000586911

  • Allied Location #: 001


Please Note: Our Allied Family Center and Taft Street Club are currently at capacity We are accepting applications for our wait-list.

We are a licensed child care facility and participate in the YoungStar Quality Rating System.

A parent or guardian must return the completed application to the location they are registering their child(ren) at along with the following information:

  1. Immunization Record
  2. Documentation of Annual Household Income (if applying for Boys & Girls Clubs Scholarship)
  3. Current WI Shares Authorization (if using WI Shares)

*Children of five years of age must be enrolled in kindergarten.

Your Guide to Regulated  Child Care

Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Meal Pattern Guidelines

For assistance or more information, please call (608) 257-2606 and select the location you are interested in.

Allied: Director McKenzie Mellecker


Our Teen Program is for members ages 13-18 and runs from 3:30 (or school dismissal) to 8:30 pm Monday through Friday. We offer evening meals with educational, health and wellness, career development, financial literacy, creative arts, performing arts, media, and sports, fitness, and recreation programs.

If you are interested in registering your teen as a member, click the link below and follow the instructions:

Teen Membership Application

Teen Code of Conduct