About Us

BMAGIC was co-founded in 2004 by the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office and BVHP community based organizations to create collaborative community building efforts that improve the quality of life of BVHP children, youth and their families.

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Our Services

Download resource guides, visit our community calendar, attend convener meetings and other events and more!

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Community Education

Read our community-based participatory research, presentations and reports.

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Our Mission & Vision

Bayview Hunters Point Mobilization for Adolescent Growth in our Communities (BMAGIC) is a network of San Francisco neighborhood-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to facilitate, coordinate and develop community resources and opportunities that support service providers and community members in Bayview Hunters Point (BVHP). Our vision is to create and maintain a deeper unified road-map to social change that advances the educational, health, economic, and juvenile justice of disadvantaged youth and their families in Bayview Hunters Point.

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6 days ago

Bayview MAGIC

Get counted, San Francisco!
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The deadline to complete the Census is September 30th.
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Get help doing the 2020 Census from trusted community organizations during 2020 Census Week of Action. Visit www.sf.gov/census for more info.
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Complete your census at www.my2020census.gov
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7 days ago

Bayview MAGIC

Only 9 days left to fill out the Census! Check out the Bipoc Census PSA for San Francisco put together by APRI. ...

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1 week ago

Bayview MAGIC

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Bike to Wherever Day is coming up on Sept 24. @sfbike is hosting a curbside pickup on Sept 24 so that you can pick up your free #BTWD tote bag. Participate all month long by logging your rides and competing in the Bike to Wherever Days virtual challenge. sfbike.org/btwd
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To celebrate Bike to Wherever Day, @BayWheels has created a DIY Bayview Bike Tour that people can ride on their own time highlighting popular destinations, the Slow Street on Lane Street, public art, and local food stops located near some of the bikeshare stations in the neighborhood. People can use their own personal bikes or Bay Wheels bikes and dock any time at a nearby station on the route. To encourage more people to get on bikes, they are awarding a free one-year membership to one winner who participates in the tour next week from September 20-26. To enter, participants can take a photo of themselves at any one spot on the tour and then tag @BayWheels along with #BayWheelsBTWD on Twitter or Instagram to submit.
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Do you qualify for CalFresh, SFMTA Lifeline Pass or PG&E CARE? If so, you can sign up for a $5 Annual Bike Share For All Membership! Check out @BayWheels for more info.
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