The Olympic Club Foundation

Giving Wings to Youth

Giving back to the community is a tradition that has endured since The Olympic Club's earliest days. In 1992, with the goal of formalizing their philanthropic outreach, the Club created The Winged 'O' Foundation, a name taken from the Club's world-famous winged 'O' logo.

While the name subsequently changed to The Olympic Club Foundation, the mission has remained the same:"to support programs that share the belief that participation in organized athletics enriches young lives and develops future community leaders."

Now in its 22nd year, The Olympic Club Foundation is a thriving grant organization supporting organized sports for thousands of under-served kids throughout the nine San Francisco Bay Area counties.