San Francisco Anchor GranteesIn our headquarters home of San Francisco, we are working in partnership with community leaders and innovative nonprofits on a multi-year commitment focused on education, health and jobs to accelerate community transformation in San Francisco’s southeastern neighborhoods. The initiative, Power of Us: San Francisco, includes an initial commitment of $10 million in grants to five organizations serving the area. Salesforce employees are getting involved too – with a promise of 100,000 hours of service over five years. Follow the progress of the initiative on Facebook. Please note: We do not accept unsolicited proposals.
The Exploratorium is a museum of science, art, and human perception located in San Francisco, California. The Foundations' investment expands the museum's High School Explainer program to engage, train and employ high school students from the southeastern neighborhoods. It also funds the Explainer Suite in the museum's new facility to support the program's growth.
San Francisco General Hospital Foundation on behalf of the San Francisco Department of Public Health Southeast Health Center
The Southeast Health Center (SEHC), located in the Bayview Hunters Point district of San Francisco, is a full-service health clinic within the Community Health Network. SEHC focuses on family practice, and also provides dental and mental health services for patients and clients of all ages. The Foundation’s investment supports the pilot of a coordinated care program to address physical and mental health issues preventing children from succeeding in school.
The Campaign for HOPE SF
HOPE SF is the nation’s first large-scale public housing revitalization project to prioritize current residents while also investing in high-quality, sustainable housing and broad scale community development. The Campaign for HOPE SF will leverage support and invest dollars in a range of areas to ensure the best outcomes for HOPE SF residents and neighborhoods. The Foundation’s investment aims to improve the educational experience for children by supporting their families, their teachers and their schools.
UCSF is recognized throughout the world as a leader in health care, known for innovation, technology and compassionate care. The Foundation’s investment supports workforce development, providing paid internships and training to residents of the southeastern neighborhoods. The investment also provides funding for media walls in patient rooms and interactive learning stations in public areas.
Year Up seeks to close the Opportunity Divide by providing urban young adults with the skills, experience, and support that will empower them to reach their potential through professional careers and higher education. The Foundation’s investment expands the Bay Area program to enable hundreds of youth (ages 18-24) in the southeastern neighborhoods to complete the full program and internship.