Together with our community partners, we are building a bright future for Sunnydale residents.
On the horizon is a new, 11,000-square-foot Sunnydale Clubhouse.
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco grows deep roots in every community it touches. Since 1991, we’ve committed ourselves to helping youth in the Sunnydale neighborhood. The trust we have built and the relationships that we have cultivated are apparent as the neighborhood undergoes a dramatic transformation.
Building a Better Sunnydale
We have partnered with more than 25 local organizations to ensure the City’s revitalization of Sunnydale (a HOPE SF project) provides ample opportunities for youth, families, and residents in the area. Working in concert with organizations like Mercy Housing, San Francisco’s Rec & Park Department, Wu Yee Childcare, and Related California, we’re developing a community-first effort that is strengthening the bonds between Sunnydale residents and their neighbors around San Francisco.
On the horizon is a new, 11,000-square-foot Boys & Girls Club that will partner with Mercy Housing, Wu Yee, and Herz Park (encompassing Coffman Pool, a baseball field, two outdoor basketball courts, a new playground, and a proposed new gymnasium), to provide safe indoor and outdoor spaces for neighborhood children and teens to learn, grow, and succeed. While the collaborative project is still in its planning and fundraising phase, there is growing excitement in the community about this long-overdue new chapter.
Sunnydale Stats at a Glance
of Sunnydale members report they have aspirations to attend college.
of Sunnydale members said they believe they can make a difference in their community.
hours of 1:1 or small group tutoring Sunnydale youth received in 2019 at the Club.
Through drawing, painting, photography, and more, we teach students to use visual art as a lens into their own lives and a tool to affect positive change.
Through our partnerships with 826 Valencia, Youth Speaks, Mutiny Radio, and more, we help youth cultivate creative writing skills and self-expression.
Through our partnership with Notes for Notes, Club members have access to two high-quality music studios where they can work with professional music instructors to learn a new instrument and write and record music.
We offer year-round classes in acting, musical theater, dance and performance for youth of all ages.
Please contact yourlocal Clubhouse
for more information about creative arts programming.
Meet Our Youth
"The community, especially youth, have a voice. They want to be able to express themselves and it's important for everyone to be able to help them in their journey of becoming who they want to be."
"Photography made me open to who I am today. It’s a way that I express my emotions, my ideas, and what I think of myself."
"Through dance, I feel stronger and more confident."
Don Fisher Clubhouse
Featured Creative Work
We are proud to showcase Club members' creative works at Clubhouses, gallery and museum exhibitions, performance recitals, and dance competitions. Every year, we host Citywide Creative Arts Week in partnership with SF Camerawork, which features youth performances, art exhibits, music and more.
Thank You to Our Partners