The City of San Francisco created SF Connected, a program providing free Computer and Broadband Tutoring and Classes to Elderly San Franciscans and Adults with Disabilities.
Transform the lives of low-income adults, youth and people with disabilities by donating your technology skills. Take the knowledge you use everyday to train people in your community to use the computer, the Internet, email, Microsoft Office, Facebook...
Looking for a volunteer opportunity or team-building activity for your team? Playworks is making real changes at local, low-income elementary schools.
Hamilton Family Center was established in 1985 and has become one of the largest providers of shelter, eviction prevention assistance, rapid re-housing, youth programming, and support services to homeless families in San Francisco.
Join District Attorney George Gascón at Marcus Bookstore on January 31st to honor outstanding mentors in our community and learn more about how to participate.
Our agency’s mission of delivering nutritious balanced meals to homebound seniors in San Francisco has remained the same since our founding in 1970.
The Broadband Technology Opportunity Program (BTOP) is a Federal program to end the digital divide, expanding access to and encouraging use of broadband high speed internet services, by funding a variety of innovative programs nationwide.
Build San Francisco, a program of the Architectural Foundation of San Francisco is in its ninth year as a school day program for high school students.
The mission of Project Homeless Connect (PHC) is to provide a single location where non profit medical and social service providers collaborate to serve the homeless of San Francisco with comprehensive, holistic services.