Virtual Programming

The health of our participants and community is more important than ever! Staying active keeps their hearts and lungs strong, their immune systems in shape, and their minds balanced.

SFPAL remains committed to the youth and the community we serve–especially in times of uncertainty likes these– by providing our youth with healthy alternatives to stay active.

In response to the COVID pandemic, SFPAL adopted a virtual chess and art program to help keep our youth engaged during these times of uncertainty.

Our coaches are also in weekly contact with our participants, providing them with program-specific drills to further their individual skill sets and help the development of the young athlete.

SFPAL is currently working on “Return to Play” protocols following guidelines set forth by the CDC and local governing authorities that would allow us to provide modified in-person programming once deemed safe for all of our coaches, volunteers, and participants.