A. Philip Randolph Institute San Francisco

Contact Dedria Smith
Address 1301 Evans Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 821-4777
Fax (415) 821-4733
Hours M-F: 9am-5pm
Email aprisf@sbcglocal.net
Website www.aprisf.org
Target Youth and adults
Additional Languages

We are a community based organization that serves San Francisco residents particularly in Bayview Hunter Point since 1994.  Our mission has been to support racial equality and economic justice and to advocate for disadvantaged communities throughout San Francisco through community engagement and civic participation.  We connect job seekers to career inspiring opportunities.


Causa Justa :: Just Cause (Bayview Office)

Contact Sanyika Bryant
Address 2145 Keith Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 864-8372
Fax (415) 864-8373
Hours M-F 10am-6pm
Email info@causajusta.org
Website www.cjjc.org
Target
Additional Languages  Spanish

We are a grassroots housing and immigrant rights non-profit.  We have offices in West Oakland, East Oakland, the Mission and Bayview districts.  Our Bayview office focuses on our Youth in Power and our Black Priorities Project.  Born through mergers between Black organizations and Latino organizations, we build bridges of solidarity between working class communities.


Coleman Advocates For Children & Youth

Main Office

Contact  Keith Snodgrass
Address 459 Vienna Street. San Francisco. CA 94112
Phone (415) 710-1964
Fax
Hours M-F: 9am-5pm
Email  ksnodgrass@colemanadvocates.org
Website www.colemanadvocates.org
Target Parents and children
Additional Languages Spanish

Parents Making a Change (PMAC) organizes parents and develops their leadership skills to advocate and implement school site and district-wide campaigns.

 


Community Youth Center of SF: Bayview Branch Office

Bayview Youth Advocates

Contact Wendy Lee
Address 4438 Third Street, San Francisco CA 94124
Phone (415) 550-1151
Fax (415) 775-1345
Hours M-F:10am-6pm
Email wendyl@cycsf.org
Website www.cycsf.org
Target Youth ages 14-18
Additional Languages Mandarin, Cantonese

CYC Bayview Branch Office has two main focus of services. One is the Bayview Youth Advocates, which consist of a multi-cultural group of high school youth who live in District 10 and are committed to making an impact in their community and San Francisco by working together to advocate for peace and positive changes. Youth participants gain leadership, public speaking, resource-seeking, communication, action and event planning, multimedia, cultural understanding, and community activism skills. Additionally, we outreaches to mono-lingual Chinese youth and families in the Bayview Hunters Point community to offer assistance in public services such as public housing applications, public safety awareness, referrals and create cultural exchange events to promote racial harmony.


Parents For Public Schools of San Francisco

Contact Cayla Allen (African American Community Advocate)
Address 3543 18th Street #1, San Francisco CA 94110
Phone (415) 861-7077
Fax
Hours M-F: 9am-6pm
Email info@ppssf.org
Website www.ppssf.org
Target Prospective and current public school family members of students from preschool to 12th grade
Additional Languages Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese

Parents for Public Schools of San Francisco (PPS-SF) work with families, students and community members to understand and improve the San Francisco public school system. Our services include:
– Workshops to inform families about the public school enrollment process from preschool (PreK) through high school
– Leadership training for families to participate and engage with their public schools.
– Parent Support Groups on how to support students’ success
– Office hours at various sites to ask for advice on topics related to public schools.


San Francisco Bay View

Contact Dr. Willie Ratcliff (Publisher) or Mary Ratcliff (Editor)
Address 4917 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 671-0789
Fax (415) 671-0789
Hours Call any time
Email editor@sfbayview.com
Website www.sfbayview.com
Target All people, especially the Black community and other communities of color
Additional Languages

In the nearly 200-year-old tradition of the Black press, the San Francisco Bay View strives to be a tool for the liberation of all oppressed people. Published monthly in print and daily online, the Bay View reports the news and views that enlighten and empower the people. On the first of every month, pick up a Bay View for free in Bayview Hunters Point and on both sides of the Bay or subscribe to receive the paper by mail, and keep up with breaking news and events every day on sfbayview.com.


San Francisco Youth Commission

Contact Monica Guzman
Address 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 345, San Francisco, CA 92102
Phone (415) 554-6446
Fax (415) 554-6140
Hours M-F: 9am-6pm
Email youthcom@sfgov.org
Website www.sfgov.org/yc
Target 12-23 year old San Franciscans
Additional Languages Spanish, Mandarin

Making policy and legislative recommendations to the Mayor and the Board of Supervisors in order to improve the lives of young people in San Francisco. 17 Youth Commissioners are appointed each year not only work with those in government, but also to help integrate their peers and community youth into the policy work of the Commission.  The Commission (and adult staff) is available to provide trainings on the structure of government; the budget and the legislative process; and public speaking. Contact the Youth Commission for a training, tour, or issue you are interested in working on.


Young Women’s Freedom Center

Contact Julia Arroyo (ProgramDirector)
Address 832 Folsom Street, Suite 700, San Francisco, CA 94107
Phone (415) 703-8800 ext 211
Fax
Hours M & Th: 9am-7pm / T, W, F: 9am-5pm
Email julia@cywd.org
Website www.youngwomenfree.org
Target cis-gender, transgender, queer
Additional Languages  Spanish

*Formerly known as The Center for Young Women’s Development

Sister circle every Thursday 4:00-6:00, 9 month paid internship opportunity, care management, courtroom advocacy, Rap session every Friday 3:30-4:30 in SF Juvenile Justice. We use education as a practice of freedom.