Fight Night

The Annual Phoenix Club Fight Night Event was started in 2016 and has already been a huge success. We bring together individuals from around the city to sacrifice their bodies for the betterment of Memphis and the empowerment of the children of the Boys and Girls Clubs. This evening of boxing is full of fun and entertainment. Come watch your friends and neighbors duke it out in a professional boxing ring with real referees, real ring girls, and real judges. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served all night as you sit ringside and enjoy a true Vegas-like experience.


HARBORTOWN 3miler

The Harbortown 3miler is now part of the M-Town Road Race Series! To register for the series, click on the link below.


3 on 3

The 3 on 3 event is a basketball tournament hosted each year by the members of the Phoenix Club. This event brings together students from the various Boys and Girls Clubs around Memphis to compete against one another (and against our own very under-performing teams) for that year’s bragging rights. The Phoenix club members serve as referees and hosts as we provide food and refreshments for players and spectators. Come check out some of these players and you’ll quickly understand how Memphis came to be such a basketball city and why we love our Grit & Grind.

 

CAMP PHOENIX

Inspiring young People to realize their full potential as productive, caring citizens

Resting along the shores of Sardis Lake, Camp Phoenix offers 800 inner-city kids each summer the chance to learn new skills, make new friends, and gain new perspectives away from the pressures of their dangerous neighborhoods.

new year's party

Whether you want to ring in the new year or kiss the previous year goodbye: Come celebrate New Year's Eve with the Phoenix Clubl!!

GOOD VIBES ONLY: Live performance by one of Memphis' best party bands, Slient Disco Rooml... Also a few more special surprises!

Career Fair

Speakers across all sectors of our economy

The Career Day program takes place at the Juice Plus Technical Training Center at the BGCM headquarters on Walker Ave. Volunteers from around the city, including a number of Phoenicians, offer their time to explain to the students of the Boys and Girls Clubs what they do professionally and ways for those students to pursue that career path as well. This program helps teens understand the connection between educational success and career success; explore career possibilities; develop career pathways; gain work experience; and prepare for college or trade school after high school graduation.

 
 
 
The Phoenix Club’s generosity reaches the very heart of the entire Memphis community, wherever there is a need.
— Bob Mednikow, Founding Member of the Phoenix Club