Community Guidelines

for BGCSF Social Media Accounts

Success Stories!

In 2019, BGCSF served 1,850 youth per day (the highest average daily attendance in our history) across 14 locations—eight traditional Clubhouses, four School-Based Clubs, a city park, and Camp Mendocino. And, our Citywide Youth of the Year, Sabrina McFarland, was named National Youth of the Year for Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Read more below!

2018 Annual Report

In 2018, we reached more youth per day (over 1,700) at more locations (15) than at any point in our 128-year history. The life-enhancing programs and services that we offer to youth are critical to their personal development and offer pathways forward in life while encouraging and allowing them to just be kids.

At Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco, we inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Social media helps us achieve this mission by fostering deeper connections with our communities. Content on these channels is an extension of our organizational values, which include integrity, respect, and inclusivity. Any posted content that does not align with these or other organizational values will be removed.Thank you for being part of our community.