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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TOGETHER | WE RISE

Help San Francisco youth and families emerge strong from this pandemic. Make a gift to BGCSF's fall and year-end fundraising drive today!

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2019 Annual Report

In 2019, we served 1,850 youth per day across 14 locations, and our Citywide Youth of the Year, Sabrina McFarland, was named National Youth of the Year for Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Check out our year in review!

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How We're Helping Combat Learning Loss

Citywide Director of Education Brian Sauer shares some of our key successes in helping combat the long term effects of the pandemic on students’ learning.

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This fall, we have ten locations open for specific hours and for limited youth. Click below for more information.

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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.

1,850

Youth Served Per Day
Pre-Covid

470

Youth Served Per Day
Since June

12

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

159

Days Open During Covid
(through Oct. 31)

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Stories

Learn more about the happenings at Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco.
COO Maxine Wilson Receives Prestigious Herman S. Prescott Award

We are proud to announce that Chief Operating Officer Maxine Wilson has been named the 2020 recipient of the Herman S. Prescott Award for the Pacific-West Region by Boys & Girls Clubs of America, for her work towards diversity, equality, and empowerment.

Citywide Youth of the Year Kionna on What the Club Meant to Her

Matt Henry, Clubhouse Director of the Greater Visitacion Valley, recently caught up with 2020 Citywide Youth of the Year Kionna — a freshman at the University of California, Berkeley studying political science — to learn more about what the Club meant to her and why, as a young leader, Kionna is driven to speak up for meaningful change.

Learning Loss During Covid-19 Is a Real Concern. Our Team Found a Way To Help.

Citywide Director of Education Brian Sauer shares some of our key successes in helping combat the long term effects of the pandemic on students’ learning, by transitioning to virtual and distance-learning support, strengthening our relationships with schools, and maximizing our incredible bonds with youth.