The Tenderloin Clubhouse opened in 1996. The Club is located on the ground floor of a Mercy Housing complex, and is spread out over three non-contiguous spaces including the office at 201 Turk Street. The Middle School Program is housed at Boeddeker Park. The Club has had an enduring and successful partnership with Mercy Housing and Tenderloin Family Housing at 201 Turk and participates very actively throughout the Tenderloin community.
Tenderloin Clubhouse has consistently been one of the strongest Clubhouses in the BGCSF system evidenced by its nationally award-winning health & fitness programs and academic mentorship programs. The Club is known for Academic Success, Good Character & Community Engagement, as well as outstanding arts programs. It is the second smallest of the BGCSF’s sites, but has had great success serving youth of all ages; twice recognized with the organization’s Outstanding Clubhouse Performance Award.
PROGRAMS AT Tenderloin CLUBHOUSE
Esan Looper – Clubhouse Director
Ashley Munro – Health + Fitness Coordinator
Audra Wingard – Middle School Director
Eslah Alowdi – Education Coordinator
Jonell Molina – High School Services Director
Katherine Tom – Site Director
Kay Weber – Arts Director
Lysabel Jean Fabian – Education Director
Olivea Callender-Scott – High School Services Coordinator
Winnie Phan – On Call Generalist