Supports young people to be safe, smart, and socially responsible. Provides case-management, elementary through high school after-school and summer youth programs, and community organizing.
Provides college preparatory services to 8th to 5th graders with marginal grades and who would not otherwise go to college.
The Girls Inc. mission is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold. We offer academic enrichment, skill-building programs, and counseling services.
The Food Bank provides 20,000,000 pounds of food, half of it fresh produce, through six distribution programs and 180 agencies to 188,000 people each month.
We provide families with a springboard to stable futures through affordable homeownership, financial literacy and neighborhood revitalization in Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo counties.
We provide safe places to learn and grow, life-enhancing programs, character development experiences, hope, and opportunity for over 2,500 Oakland girls and boys each year.
Provides a variety of emergency assistance services to prevent homelessness, serves as a safety net for individuals and families facing eviction, utility disconnections, and hunger.
A six-year college access program committed to getting high-potential, low-income students to four-year colleges.
Since 1897 providing services to families including foster care/adoptions, residential treatment, outpatient mental health services, nonpublic school, culinary academy, prevention & intervention, family resource center.
Estrella’s School Readiness Program is a full-day preschool program that focuses on academic school readiness, social development and health education.
Provides individual and family therapy and other support services for children ages 0-6 who are at risk, abused, neglected, or emotionally disturbed.
The American Canyon family resource center provides services to parents, youth and families that promote positive parenting skills, family connectedness and youth development.
Nutritious meals to seniors 60 and over who are in need, homebound, frail and/or at risk through our home delivery and congregate dining programs.
Old Skool Cafe is a youth-run supper club. We provide job training, employment, and holistic support to at-risk youth ages 16-22.
Provides temporary housing and comprehensive, targeted support to help homeless families in Santa Clara County achieve self-sufficiency, independent living and stability.
In addition to the hotline, SFSP provides educational training and outreach, youth risk reduction, HIV/AIDS Nightline, Grief Support Programs, and suicide survivor support groups.
Provides affordable, service-enriched housing, tenant advocacy, and open space/transportation planning to low income families, seniors and homeless in San Francisco.
Our mission is keeping young people alive and free, unharmed by violence and free from incarceration.
We are the community’s safety-net, providing critical support services that preserve and promote stability, self-reliance. and dignity.
MEDA’s mission is to strengthen low- and moderate-income Latino families by promoting economic equity and social justice through asset building and community development.