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San Francisco Partners

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826 Valencia is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting under-resourced students ages six to eighteen with their creative and expository writing skills, and helping teachers inspire their students to write.
The Arc San Francisco is a center for individuals with developmental disabilities. Arc SF is recognized for its innovation in education and career programs, independent living services, and a broad range of arts and recreation opportunities.
At The Crossroads reaches underserved homeless youth and young adults by combining counseling-based street outreach, one-on-one counseling meetings, and collaboration with other social service agencies and city government.
BAVC is a community hub and resource for media makers across the country. BAVC provides services and resources allowing access to media making technology and storytelling workshops for a diverse and engaged community of makers and producers.
Bay Area Women’s and Children’s Center focuses on the needs of low-income families, children, and women in San Francisco's multi-ethnic, inner-city neighborhoods by offering direct services, advocacy, and planning to improve lives.
Bessie Carmichael Elementary School strives to ensure that every student develops to their maximum potential and builds the foundation for becoming college and career-ready.
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco’s goal is to positively impact the lives of Club members by focusing on academic success, healthy lifestyles, good character, and community engagement and job readiness.
Founded in 1907 and rooted in traditions of charity and justice, Catholic Charities supports families, aging and disabled adults, and youth through social services and opportunities for healthy growth and development.
10th & Mission Family Housing project provides a powerful combination of affordable housing, accessible childcare, case management, and family support services delivered at a single site.
St. Joseph’s Family Center is an emergency shelter that assists families in maintaining healthy relationships by offering three daily meals, counseling, intervention, job support, parenting workshops, and children’s activity programs.
The Children’s Creativity Museum’s mission is to nurture creativity and collaboration in all children and families. We believe that creative expression, innovation, and critical thinking are core to fostering the next generation.
Code Tenderloin, Funded by the Tenderloin Walking Tour, facilitates opportunities and job skills by removing barriers that keep people from securing the dignity of long-term employment.
Common Sense Media is a nonprofit organization that empowers adults by providing unbiased information, trusted advice, and innovative tools to help kids thrive in the world of media and technology.
Community Housing Partnership develops and manages high quality supportive housing and provides services to homeless individuals, seniors and families, helping them rebuild their lives and break the cycle of homelessness.
Compass Family Services, in cooperation with partner organizations, is the City’s longest operating family safety net.
CounterPulse provides space and resources for emerging artists and cultural innovators, creating a forum for an open exchange of art and ideas, sparking transformation in our communities and our society.
Curry Senior Center provides primary medical care, case management, substance abuse counseling, educational opportunities, and daily breakfast and lunch for seniors, maintaining their confidence and self-determination.
De Marillac Academy is an independent, Catholic school that strives to level the educational and socioeconomic playing field so that students and graduates can reach their full potential.
Delivering Innovation In Supportive Housing (DISH) provides custom property management services exclusively to the San Francisco Department of Public Health’s Direct Access to Housing program.
Demonstration Gardens is an urban gardening community in San Francisco with a focus on building a more sustainable society.
DrawBridge inspires homeless and underserved children through innovative art programs. Free of charge and located in their neighborhoods, Drawbridge's mission is to transform traumatized emotions into joy, self-confidence and hope.
Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco's holistic approach helps homeless and low-income residents obtain the housing, jobs, and essential services each individual needs to prevent homelessness.
The Eviction Defense Collaborative is the principal organization that provides emergency legal services and rental assistance in San Francisco, helping low-income tenants respond to eviction lawsuits.
Faithful Fools is an organization that educates through developing relationships between low-income residents and those of economic means by addressing policies, attitudes, and preconceived notions that perpetuate the cycle of injustice and poverty.
Family House is a nonprofit providing free, temporary housing for families of children being treated for cancer and other serious illnesses at UCSF Hospital.
GLIDE's mission is to create a radically inclusive, just, and loving community that is mobilized to alleviate suffering and break the cycles of poverty and marginalization.
Gubbio Project provides day shelter for San Francisco's homeless population at St. Boniface Church and The Episcopal Church of St. John the Evangelist.
Hack the Hood introduces low-income youth of color to tech careers by hiring and training them as web consultants who build and promote sites for small local businesses.
Hamilton Families mission is to end family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area.
HandUp's mission is focused on direct giving to homeless people and neighbors in need.
HOMEY works to transform the lives of at-risk youth and young adults, guiding them to choose the path of education, self-sufficiency and non-violence.
Hospitality House is a community center serving residents of San Francisco's Tenderloin, Sixth Street, and Mid-Market neighborhoods.
Inveneo gets the tools of information communications technology (ICT) to those who need them most in the developing world.
The Justice & Diversity Center of the Bar Association of San Francisco's Office of Economic and Workforce Development supports the city's economic vitality by strengthening its neighborhoods, businesses, commercial corridors, and workforce.
JVS transforms lives in the SF Bay Area by helping people build skills to find jobs and connect them with employers looking to discover talent and develop their staff.
La Casa de las Madres champions domestic violence-free lives and more positive future outcomes. La Casa de las Madres serves as a refuge, an advocate, and a strong voice for change. Their services are free and confidential and provide multilingual responses 24/7.
Founded in 1984, Larkin Street Youth Services is leading the charge to #endyouthhomelessness in SF and beyond!
Level Playing Field Institute is the nonprofit arm of @KaporCenter, provider of the signature #STEM education program @SMASHAcademy.
Serving the blind and visually impaired since 1902, LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired runs the Enchanted Hills Camp in Napa and several offices around CA.
Meals on Wheels is the oldest & largest national organization dedicated to addressing senior hunger & isolation, supporting 5,000+ community programs nationwide.
Oakland Digital is an award-winning design studio that bridges the opportunity and digital literacy divide between students and entrepreneurs.
Oasis For Girls partners with girls and young women of color from under-resourced communities in San Francisco to help build strong futures.
One Degree is revolutionizing the way low-income families connect to poverty-fighting resources. One Degree is a nonprofit tech startup whose mission is to eradicate poverty.
In 1997, an engineer had an idea to get kids engaged in engineering with LEGO®. 20 years later, over half a million kids have participated in Play-Well programs.
The mission of Project Homeless Connect is to aid San Franciscans experiencing homelessness by providing the care they need to move forward.
Every day, Project Open Hand provides 2,500 nutritious ‘meals with love’ to sick and elderly neighbors, engaging 125+ volunteers in the SF Bay Area. FOOD=LOVE
Raphael House helps at-risk children and their parents achieve stable housing and financial independence while strengthening family bonds and personal dignity.
For 33 years SF City Impact has been intervening on behalf of the people in the inner city of San Francisco.
SF Public Works: making San Francisco a beautiful, livable, vibrant, and sustainable city.
Every day Spark fosters relationships between students and mentors to engage students and make learning relevant in real life.
St. Anthony's provides essential support to San Franciscans living in poverty.
Saint Francis Memorial Hospital is San Francisco’s premiere community hospital known for its excellence in orthopedics, burn treatment, and emergency care.
St. Francis Living Room has been in the Tenderloin for over 20 years, serving low income and homeless seniors with daily breakfast and activities.
St. Vincent de Paul is dedicated to serving the poor and providing others with the opportunity to serve.
Tenderloin Housing Clinic provides housing, legal, and support services to help disenfranchised, low-income residents gain stability and advocate for housing justice.
Tenderloin Economic Development Project works with a diverse assembly of neighborhood stakeholders in the field of arts, education, housing, hospitality, and technology.
With 39 buildings in 6 San Francisco neighborhoods for 4,100 low-income residents, the Tenderloin Economic Development Project has been making meaningful impact within the community for 35 years.
The Tenderloin Walking Tours is a 90 minute historical and cultural trip through San Francisco that was launched by Del Seymour in 2009 to help fund Code Tenderloin, an educational program.
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The mission of the Vietnamese Youth Development Center is to empower under-served Asian-Pacific Islander and urban youth with the knowledge and confidence to define their future and reach their full potential.
Year Up envisions a future in which every urban young adult will have access to the education, experiences, and guidance required to realize his or her true potential.
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