Ways to Give
Thank you for considering a contribution to Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco. You can make a difference in the life of a child by donating today!
There are many ways to support BGCSF and every contribution has an impact on the lives of our members.
Making a gift online is easy and secure. Plus, your money goes right to work helping kids who need it most. Donate now >>
Donate By Mail
To donate by mail, please make your check payable to:
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco
380 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
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Why Your Gift Matters
Without the help of partners and supporters like you, the work of BGCSF would not be possible. We rely on the financial support of the community to keep our life-changing programs and services available to over 1,200 youth each day in San Francisco.
Most of our youth come from difficult economic, social and family situations. Our Clubs empower them to believe in themselves and their futures. Your contribution will provide young people with the support and programs to navigate beyond their circumstances and succeed in life. With your help, our city’s children and teens will continue to have a safe place to learn and grow, build skills, develop strong character and experience opportunities they never before imagined.
The future starts with our community’s young people—and with you. Working together, we will give our youth and our city a sense of hope, a sense of opportunity, and a sense that anything is possible.
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