We are excited to share that the NBA and the Warriors — along with partners Kaiser Permanente and State Farm, chose to partner with BGCSF on a 2022 NBA Finals Legacy Project. The brand-new “Learn and Play Zone” includes the refurbishment of our Columbia Park Clubhouse’s Middle School Room and High School Services Center — including furniture, technology, gaming equipment, and wall graphics!


To celebrate, there was a large event that included a press conference, a ribbon-cutting ceremony, and interactive activities throughout the Club for our members. Mayor Breed, Supervisor Ronen, several Warriors legends and senior execs, and the Commissioner of the NBA all attended. Our Sunnydale Clubhouse alumna, and our 2020 Youth of the Year, Kionna, did an incredible job giving opening remarks.


Members from three different Clubhouses participated and had a wonderful time interacting with players, meeting the mayor, and trying out lots of fun new activities. Check out the photos here.

A huge thank you to the NBA and presenting partners Kaiser Permanente and State Farm. We especially want to thank our long-term and exceptional partners — the Golden State Warriors  — for their continued support of BGCSF and San Francisco youth. We are always excited to root for this incredible organization.

Go Warriors! 

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