As a Club alum and former Youth of the Year, I can personally attest to the value of the Club and the opportunities it provides every day. Here at Tenderloin, we're proud to offer programs that fit our members' diverse interests, including academic support, creative arts, leadership opportunities, and more. The team and I are excited to meet you. We look forward to serving you and your family!
BGCSF has a very limited number of spots due to the guidance of the public health order. The number of youth we can accept is very limited and daily attendance is required. Club hours are Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please note that there will be no visitors to the Clubs this winter/spring. Parents/Guardians are required to remain outside the Club for pick-up and drop off.
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School Pickups & Safe Walks
Tenderloin Community School San Francisco City Academy Bus stop coming from Bessie Carmichael
Safe passage to agreed upon places in the neighborhood
Our team comes to work every day passionate about offering our Club members high-quality programs in a safe and welcoming environment.
Michael VuongClubhouse Director
Kay Weber Art Director
Brenda Escobar Education Coordinator
Lysabel Fabian Assistant Clubhouse Director
Kelsey Rhoades Education Liason
Winnie Phan High School Services Coordinator
Kenny Vuong Administrative Coordinator
Jonell Molina High School Services Director
Peter Corea Youth Development Coordinator
Taluai Tulau On-Call Youth Development Coordinator
Recent Updates from BGCSF
Learn more about the happenings at Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco.
BGCSF enthusiastically supports Vaccinate ALL 58 and strongly encourages COVID-19 vaccinations for everyone who is eligible and who is able! Here are some of the ways in which our community has come together in support of COVID-19 vaccinations since June, 2021:
Over the summer, a school bus route was cancelled impacting transportation for over 40 youth who regularly attend the Don Fisher Clubhouse after school. Club Families immediately took action. Letter writing campaigns and parent advocacy resulted not only in the bus route being reinstated, but in an additional bus stop being added right in front of the Clubhouse itself.
As we push through what we all hope are the final chapters of this pandemic, it’s important for us as individuals and for BGCSF as an organization to take time to reflect on what has happened and to think about what is next.