History

2011

Camp Mendocino celebrates 80th anniversary

2010

Grand Opening of Mission Clubhouse

2009

Grand Opening of The Edible Schoolyard at Hunters Point

2008

Publicly launched Brighter Futures Capital Campaign

Publicly launched new ad campaign – The Future Starts Here

Grand Opening of Willie Mays Boys & Girls Club at Hunters Point

Unveiled Willie Mays Tribute Wall at AT&T Park

Mission Clubhouse Groundbreaking Ceremony

2005

Signed a historic partnership agreement with the City to establish a new Hunters Point Club – our ninth city Clubhouse.

2001

San Francisco Boys & Girls Club and Columbia Park Boys & Girls Club merge forces to become Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco.

1991

Boys Clubs of America changes its name to Boys & Girls Clubs of America.

1985

San Francisco Boys Club changes its name to Boys & Girls Club.

1974

San Francisco Boys Club offers its first programs for girls.

1931

Leased 250 acres in Mendocino County, creating Camp Marwadel Summer Camp (later changed to Camp Mendocino).

1906

San Francisco Boys Club and Columbia Park Boys Club join 53 other Clubs to create our National Organization.

1895

Columbia Park Boys Club opens its first location at 318 Seventh Street (which moved to its current site after the 1906 earthquake).

1891

San Francisco Boys Club is founded on Harrison Street.