Be part of the Legacy to the children and families of the San Leandro, San Lorenzo and surrounding communities by making an investment in our kids and their future. There are a variety of ways to give and these include:
- Will or Codicil Bequest
- Charitable Gift Annuity
- Charitable Remainder Trust
- Outright Gift
- Charitable Lead Trust
- Life Insurance
- Retirement Assets
- Appreciated Stock
- Gift of Residence
Please click here for information on each of these giving vehicles. Or call the Club to speak with someone about the ways you can help with a Legacy gift – 510-483-5581.
General Operating Support
The Boys & Girls Clubs of San Leandro provides programs and activities that are labor intensive. We have a four-member management team, and employ 90+ part-time people in our ASES After School Program at 12 elementary and middle schools in the San Leandro and San Lorenzo Unified School Districts, as well as Reading and Math Intervention Tutors and more.
Helping a youth today is an investment in the youth of tomorrow!
Volunteering with the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Leandro can not only change the life of our kids, but can also change yours as well. Your talent, skills, life experiences, knowledge and smiles can make the difference in a young person reaching his or her potential.
There are lots of ways to help and know that as you might come to the Club as a tutor or a basketball coach, you are also mentoring young people and building relationships that will guide them into a healthy and productive future.
There are all kinds of ways to make a difference; we would like to hear from you about your talents and how you would like to engage.
Ways to be a change agent
- Tutor and Homework Help Assistant
- Volunteer coach
- Help in our Healthy Choices, Healthy Habits Program – gardening, cooking and nutrition
- Special events volunteer
- Field trip chaperone
- Offer a “class” for 40 minutes in your field of expertise
All volunteers 18+ working directly with Club youth must complete a Live Scan background check with the San Leandro Police Department and be TB tested.”