Gala Video Premiere!

Gala Weekend 2021

Join us as we reflect on the challenges of the last year but also recognize the resiliency, determination, and adaptability that has sustained and strengthened our community!

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Child Safety

Our #1 Priority

Our Clubhouses are designed and programmed to be physically and emotionally safe places for our children and teens under the guidance of caring, trained, and trustworthy staff.

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BGCSF Well-positioned to Support Academic Success and Socioemotional Wellness for Students

Thought Leadership

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Addressing Mental Health: How BGCSF Is Tackling This Critical Issue

Thought Leadership

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Clubhouse Spotlight

Excelsior Clubhouse

Each month, we highlight one of our Clubhouses or departments and share how our incredible youth and staff inspire us every day.

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2020 Annual Report

Last year, more than ever, we all found strength, solace, support, and solidarity within this community, and we could not be more grateful for everything we’ve accomplished together. Check out our year in review!

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BGCSF is running two three-week summer sessions:
June 7th - July 2nd & July 7th - 30th.
Spaces are available on a Clubhouse by Clubhouse basis - sign up below.

Summer Registration

For questions or more information, please contact your local Clubhouse.

Our Mission

Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco inspires and enables all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.

503

Youth Served Per Day
Since August

831

Youth Served Per Week
Since August

12

Locations Serving Youth
(10 In-Club, 2 Virtual)

187

Days Open During Covid
(through Dec. 31)

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Stories

Learn more about the happenings at Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco.
Club Spotlight: Excelsior Clubhouse

Excelsior Clubhouse is a tight-knit community with strong local roots and a deep commitment to neighborhood outreach. Many members have been Club kids for years and consider the space their second home. Clubhouse Director, Jennifer Snyder, has been in her current role for a decade; she not only knows every member who walks through the door, but oftentimes also knows their entire family by name.

BGCSF Well-positioned to Support Academic Success and Socioemotional Wellness for Students

As San Francisco schools prepare to open this month, Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco is poised to play a critical role in mitigating pandemic learning loss and supporting our members’ academic success. Because we remained open and active in our members’ lives throughout the pandemic, our relationships with youth and their families are stronger than ever. This makes us well-positioned to help address some of the long-term impacts of the pandemic and pave the road toward our members’ academic, social, and emotional recovery.

Summer Spotlight: Camp Mendocino

Four weeks ago, Camp Mendocino opened its doors to campers for the first time since 2019. Camp Director, Sara Richardson, reflects, “It has been such a joy to feel the spirit of Camp return to the redwoods after what has been an immensely challenging time for all of us. Seeing our campers' huge smiles as they sit around the campfire, try an activity for the first time or bond with a new friend fills me with so much hope for our post-pandemic world.”