Willie Mays Clubhouse

LOCATION:

195 Kiska Road
San Francisco, CA 94124

HOURS

Mon-Thur: 2pm-8pm
Fri: 2pm-9pm

PHONE:

415-655-5160

FAX:

415-445-5467

BACKGROUND

In June 2008, Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco officially opened the doors to its newly-renovated, state-of-the-art Clubhouse in Hunters Point. The Club provides the only full-service resource for 6 to 18-year-olds on Hunters Point Hill – a community that for decades had desperately lacked services for young people. BGCSF started serving the Hunters Point community in 2005 at the request of Mayor Gavin Newsom and City Attorney Dennis Herrera, who asked BGCSF to transform an old Housing Authority site into a safe haven for local youth. Their partnership has been critical in this historic project. Other key partners include the San Francisco 49ers and the San Francisco Giants, who built a Junior Giants Field on-site and later led the effort to rename the Club after the great Willie Mays.

The Edible Schoolyard at Hunters Point is an organic teaching garden and kitchen program at the Willie Mays Boys & Girls Club at Hunters Point.  In 2008, it was the first afterschool program to become a founding affiliate of The Edible Schoolyard Project, started by Chef Alice Waters. In 2015, Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco partnered with Community Grows, an organization that teaches low-income youth about gardening, nutrition, and cooking, led by a full-time Seed to Mouth Coordinator.

Programs at Willie Mays Boys & Girls Club at Hunters Point

Middle & High School Services
Baseball Field
Character Development Programs
Dance Studio
Banner

The Team

Germaine Bond
Clubhouse Director

Alfred Hollins
Health + Fitness Director

Alberto Avila
Behavioral Health Specialist

Carlton Eichelberger
Area Director

Constance Henderson
Van Driver

Erika Walker
Education Director

Henisha Johnson
Administrative Coordinator

Jacob Babick
High School Services Director

Jeff Castleman
Arts Coordinator

Kevin Charles Bey
Garden Director

Rayshell Davis
Middle School Coordinator

Stories From BGCSF

Transportation Information

School Pickups
  • Thomas Edison Charter Academy
  • Cesar Chavez Elementary
  • Sanchez Elementary
School Dropoffs
  • Rooftop Elementary
  • McKinley Elementary