Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco partners with some of the most innovative, influential and generous organizations and foundations in San Francisco. Together, we are working to create a stronger city, connect volunteers to meaningful work with at-risk youth, and provide financial stability to sustain our agency over the long-term.
With support from this leading health organization, BGCSF has expanded our Behavioral Health Services, adding more individual, family and group therapy and case management services for our members. We also collaborate with CPMC’s Bayview Children’s Health Clinic, offering a trauma-focused anger management group to address issues that arise from exposure to gang and community violence.
Each summer, for over 60 years, The Guardsmen have sponsored hundreds of our Club members to attend Camp Mendocino. Only with this major support can most of our campers enjoy ten days in the redwood forest, having fun, making friends and learning about the environment.
MOCI provided sizeable public funds to renovate an old Housing Authority building into a state-of-the-art Boys & Girls Club: the Willie Mays Boys & Girls Club at Hunters Point. Their financial investment and their trust in our agency’s ability to succeed in changing the top of the “hill” induced a cascade of capital campaign investments, including AIMCO.
Through cooperation, teamwork, common purpose and community spirit, this Rotary Club has been a devoted partner to our agency for 88 years. This Rotary Club has been a devoted partner to our agency for 88 years. The Rotary Club of San Francisco has made a major commitment to financially support the re-building of the new Mission Club.
Undoubtedly, BGCSF provides vital services for San Francisco youth and DCYF validates our important work by funding several aspects for the past three years: After School Programming, Teen Services, the Excelsior Clubhouse, Youth Workforce Development, and Case Management at Columbia Park. In 2009, DCYF remained our largest funder.
Greatly committed to the youth of Hunters Point, the 49ers Foundation was the first foundation to support the building of the Willie Mays Boys & Girls Club. The Club’s courtyard is named after the 49ers in recognition of their generosity and dedication to this community.
The Willie Mays Boys & Girls Club at Hunters Point has benefited greatly from a strong partnership with the Giants. In addition to major financial backing, this Club also is proud to have a Jr. Giants baseball field where we teach young people the sport of baseball, as well as teamwork and sportsmanship. The Giants Community Fund provides baseball equipment, school supplies and free Giants tickets for our members.
This public benefit agency is dedicated to the economic redevelopment of the Island. In addition to considerable grant support, our Club here partners closely with TIDA through community revitalization activities, special events and development planning.