BGCSF's Virtual Clubhouse

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The Virtual Clubhouse is a place for youth to connect with our skilled and caring staff and other Club members while participating in fun and engaging programs.

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BGCSF Response Amidst COVID-19

Four of our Clubhouses are open for specific hours and for limited youth. Click below for more information.


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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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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Citywide Youth
of the Year

On Wednesday, February 5th, 11-year Sunnydale Clubhouse member, Kionna, was selected from a group of eight exceptional youth as our Citywide Youth of the Year.

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Four of our Clubhouses are open for specific hours and for limited youth. Click below for more information.

COVID-19 Updates

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.


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Learn more about the happenings at Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco.
Supporting Teens Through Adversity

With no time to prepare or adjust, too many of our Club teens have found themselves overwhelmed by the impact of COVID-19. Citywide Director of High School Services Earl Declet shares what our High School Services Directors and mentors are doing to support youth during these challenging times.

Stories from the Club

“We’ve never seen anything like this,” says James Holley, Columbia Park Clubhouse Director and 17-year BGCSF veteran. For James and our Clubhouse staff, the story is one of adapting amid uncertainty and overcoming challenges to continue to serve San Francisco youth and families.

Staying Healthy During Shelter-in-Place

As we continue to undergo this period of sheltering in place, it can be increasingly difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle for ourselves and our young people. Here are some tips from our teens and Citywide Director of Youth Leadership Programs, Tavi Baker, MPH, highlighting nutrition and physical activity resources to explore during these challenging times.