boys team charity (btc) was founded by two moms in the Arcadia (Phoenix, AZ) neighborhood who had six sons between them and had been discussing their desire to teach their children the meaning and importance of "giving back" to their community.  After some research, they realized that there were no organized opportunities for  boys to experience the wonderful gift of sharing their time and talents to help others.    

"After a few calls to our close friends, we realized the desire and need was common among us." We immediately invited and organized a founding board the start creating a mission for our organization.  In the spring of 2002, boys team charity started fulfilling its mission with approximately 200 members ready to work and it has continued to grow.

The success of btc is felt, not only by our members, but by the philanthropies we serve.  Our hope for our members is Success & Significance. 


  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is boys team charity?
  • A: A non-profit organization committed to young men and their parent(s), working together to help other non-profit organizations attain their mission. btc is conceptually similar to National Charity League.  We operate in a very similar fashion and have been referred to as "NCL for boys"!

  • Q: What is the age of boys for membership?
  • A: Boys begin membership in their 7th grade school year and are members through the 12th grade. A boy may join the organization after his 7th grade year if space is available in his grade level.

  • Q: What are the requirements of membership?
  • A: Boys and their parents have yearly volunteer hours requirements and meeting hours requirements. 

  • Q: How does my son become a member of btc?
  • A: In order to become a member of boys team charity  parent(s) and their son(s) must be sponsored by a current btc  member in good standing. For more information on becoming a member, please click on the "Contact Us" option in the menu above.

  • Q: I don't see a league in my area... How would I start a league in my community? 
  • A: We are expanding and would love to help you start a league,  please click on the "Contact Us" option above to get started.