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The General Assistance Advocacy Project believes that everyone deserves to enjoy basic economic security. Every day we fight for the basic needs of San Francisco's most vulnerable citizens, because without stable income, food availability and healthcare many find themselves left out in the cold.
As South of Market Neighborhood Builders, it is the Mission of the TODCO Group to assure that the poor, the disadvantaged, and the working people of South of Market — elders, hotel residents, homeless, immigrants and families — will always be an integral part of their Neighborhood's future, always benefited rather than displaced by renewal, and able: To meet basic needs for housing, nutrition and economic security, ending deprivation. To live in safety with dignity, respect and equity, ending isolation and exploitation. To share community productivity to build social capital, institute wellness, expand common assets, and impact the future. To achieve their just aspirations now and for generations to come. Working together with South of Market's many communities, our Vision is to realize here at last: a just and inclusive Neighborhood of Opportunity.
The Chronicle Season of Sharing Fund provides temporary assistance to help people living in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano and Sonoma counties. Over the last 29 years, the Chronicle Season of Sharing Fund has raised more than $105 million to help individuals and families in need. In 2014-2015 our fundraising campaign raised a record $7.6 million for housing assistance, critical family needs and food banks.
St. Anthony’s is an organization providing essential support to San Franciscans living in poverty. Every day, with dignity and respect, we offer thousands of the most vulnerable among us the basics we all need to feel human: a hot meal, fresh clothing, an opportunity to connect with the world around us.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors established the San Francisco Housing Authority (SFHA) in 1938. The San Francisco Housing Authority is the oldest housing authority in California and the 17th largest in the country. Since its inception, the SFHA's Conventional Public Housing Department has grown to include over 40 developments located throughout San Francisco. In 1974, the Housing Choice Voucher Program (formerly "Section 8") was introduced to the SFHA. Over 10,000 individuals and families have been served through the Housing Choice Voucher Program. Today, the SFHA serves over 20,000 individuals residing in San Francisco. "The Mission of the San Francisco Housing Authority is to deliver safe and decent housing for low income households and integrate economic opportunity for residents."
The Bill Sorro Housing Program (BiSHoP) is a community based program of the Veterans Equity Center (VEC) committed to addressing housing related issues for low to moderate income families, individuals and families. Our program consists of staff and a group of dedicated volunteers including students, social workers, attorneys, community advocates, legal workers, and other service providers from various backgrounds who collaborate in educating the community on pertinent housing issues as well as provide tenant counseling to extremely low to moderate income San Francisco residents and workers with specific housing problems. Services include: Outreach for Affordable Housing Opportunities Application Assistance Tenant Counseling Housing Case Management Housing Education & Workshops Advocacy
The mission of SFHDC is to foster financial stability through the development of affordable housing, the facilitation of homeownership and the economic empowerment and revitalization of Bayview Hunters Point and other neighborhoods of Southeast San Francisco.

ASIAN, Inc. empowers Asian Americans and socioeconomic minority communities at large by reducing dependencies that block their access to opportunities in business development, housing and financial education.

Rooted in the Mission and focused on San Francisco, 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.
Consumer Credit Counseling Service of San Francisco (CCCS) is a non-profit service and a member of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC). We are accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Services for Families and Children, Inc. and are certified by HUD to provide comprehensive housing counseling services. We've been providing money management information and assistance since 1969.

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