Youth Service
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) 
The Rotary Club of San Francisco started Camp Enterprise, a small leadership skills weekend camp for high school students, in 1985. Since then the program has grown substantially, and has been renamed Rotary Youth Leadership Awards or RYLA, the name Rotary Clubs around the world use for this kind of project.
 
Hundreds of high school sophomores and juniors now attend our annual RYLA camp, which is operated by Rotary District 5150. The Rotary Club of San Francisco remains the largest sponsor of this program in the District.
 
Bike Builds 
Club members and friends come together on a Saturday morning to uncrate and assemble hundreds of shiny new bicycles. Later in the morning, members of the San Francisco Police Department and local bicycle enthusiast organizations arrive, just in time to greet a hundred or more third-graders who are about to receive their first bicycles. Police and Rotarians make sure each kid's bike is perfectly adjusted to fit, and then teach them how to ride before we all enjoy a nutritious and delicious lunch. Each kid goes home with a brand new bicycle, a helmet, a lock, and a big smile. Our Club held its first Bike Build in 2010. 
 
Dictionary Project
Club members and their friends visit San Francisco public elementary schools to give each third-grader a brand new hard-bound dictionary, and to teach them how to use it. This is the first book that many of these third-graders own. The love all the pictures and words in these books.
 
Interact Clubs at San Francisco Public High Schools
Interact Clubs are Rotary-sponsored service clubs for high school students. Our Club sponsors an Interact Club at George Washington High School (a joint effort with the Rotary Club of San Francisco Chinatown) and an Interact Club at Lowell High School. Rotary Club members provide guidance and mentorship.
 
Rotaract Club at University of San Francisco
Rotaract Clubs are Rotary-sponsored service clubs for young adults. Our Club sponsors a Rotaract Club at the University of San Francisco. Rotary Club members provide guidance and mentorship.
 
Boy Scouts of America Youth Financial Literacy
Our Club partnered with the Bay Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America to provide financial literacy training to young people in San Francisco.
 
Larkin Street Youth Services
Our Club partnered with Larkin Street Youth Services to provide a kitchen at a residence in the Tenderloin for homeless youth.