Hi, I'm Adrian Taylor, the Clubhouse Director. Our team is excited to meet you! Here at Willie Mays, we're proud to offer programs that fit our members' diverse interests, including academic support, cooking, gardening, STEM activities, middle school and high school programs, and a number of different sports. 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.
Charles R. Drew Elementary School Malcolm X Academy Bret Harte Elementary School Starr King Elementary School George Washington Carver Elementary School KIPP San Francisco Bay Academy OnePurpose School Burnett Child Development Center
Safe passage to Club members' homes is provided
Our team comes to work every day passionate about offering our Club members high-quality programs in a safe and welcoming environment.
Adrian Taylor Clubhouse Director
Jordann Champlain Program Leader
Christian Merriwether On-Call Youth Development Coordinator
Joshylyn NormanAssistant Clubhouse Director
Amber Evans Education Coordinator
Donald "Don Juan" LewisVan Driver
JeRick Tandy High School Services Director
Alfred Hollins Health & Fitness Coordinator
Recent Updates from BGCSF
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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.
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.
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.”