Boys & Girls Club Youth Artists

Blue & Gold Fleet has teamed up with Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco in the Tenderloin on a special 40th Anniversary art project. Students from the Tenderloin Clubhouse, ages 10-13, were inspired to create art themed San Francisco Bay.  The young artists unveiled their creations on Blue & Gold’s Harbor Emperor with San Francisco Supervisor, Matt Haney; President of Blue & Gold Fleet, Patrick Murphy; Director of Development for the San Francisco Boys & Girls Clubs, Jamin McVeigh, and the student-artists all in attendance.

“This partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco (BGCSF) embodies the community spirit of Blue & Gold Fleet,” says Patrick Murphy, President of Blue & Gold.  “We are proud of the diversity of our team, which reflects the public we serve. The connection with BGCSF is to highlight our company values and our employees in hopes of providing these young people with aspiration and excitement about their future opportunities,” adds Murphy.

The art unveiled will remain on the Blue & Gold Fleet boats for all guests to enjoy for the next several months.  “We are honored to display these works of art showcasing the talent and creativity of the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco youth,” says Murphy.

 

From l to r – Pat Murphy, President of Blue & Gold Fleet; Saul, age 12; Abrar, age 12; Shada, age 13; Yazaira, age 12