Provides sex-positive classes, workshops, social gatherings, and hands-on, practical skills-building events. Mission statement, upcoming events, background and contact information.
Works to move adults into entry-level local tech jobs by providing clothing, education, childcare, and transportation. Topics covered, application, partnerships, and how to get involved.
Provides housing, sanctuary and support for working poor in San Francisco's Mission and Castro Neighborhoods.
Grant-making institution dedicated to the improvement of the quality of life through education, scientific research, the environment, and projects in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The fourth oldest Harvard Club (for Harvard Alumni) in the United States, founded in 1873.
Serving people with all disabilities. Covers programs, facilities, workshops and schedule.
A program to provide mobile showers and toilets for the homeless.
Assists people affected by HIV/AIDS in the San Francisco Bay Area through counseling, education and advocacy to maximize benefits and employment opportunities.
Loans money to non-profit organizations ranging from intergenerational farm communities, Buddhist retreat centers, and Waldorf schools. Includes information for donors, investors, and borrowers.
Collects donated food from growers, manufacturers and grocers and distributes it to food pantries, soup kitchens, child care centers, homeless shelters, and senior centers.
Offers grants and awards for improvements to the city environment, including building restorations, new plantings, and removal of blight.
Non-profit, volunteer-run organization promotes a vegetarian diet in the Bay Area.
Preservation site feature landmark Romanesque style church.
A parent-run, non-profit for families with children with disability or special health care needs. Services, events, partnerships and donation information.
A nonprofit provider of affordable housing for low-income residents of San Francisco's Tenderloin and central city neighborhoods.
Non-profit organization that collects and distributes children's books to San Francisco's at-risk youth. Information about activities and history.
Works to transform low-income communities by employing and training former prisoners to plant and maintain street trees and organic gardens. Sponsored by the San Francisco (CA) Sheriff's Department.
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