Boys & Girls Clubs Of San Francisco
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Children & Youth, Education, Crime & Law
55 Hawthorne Street suite 600 San Francisco CA 94105 USA
BGCSFs mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. We are part of Boys & Girls Clubs of America, a nation-wide affiliation of more than 1,000 locally controlled organizations serving 3 million youth nationwide.
BGCSFs core belief is that our clubs provide a safe palce to learn and grow, on-going realtionships with adult professionals, and life-enhancing programs and character development experiences. Our programs include supplemental education, character and leadership development, health and life-skills, fine arts, and sports and recreation. We serve more than 13,000 high-risk, low-income, ethnically diverse children and youth ages 6-18 who live in San Francisco. Many of our members are at risk for substance abuse, verbal and physical violence, participation in gangs, teen pregnancy, and dropping out of school.
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