You can make an impact now. Give to The San Francisco Foundation online today and know that you are investing in effective, long-term solutions to build a stronger Bay Area.
You can make contributions to your own or a friend’s donor advised fund, or make a gift to any of our target funds, including our One Community Fund, a two-pronged strategy to strengthen the safety net for immediate needs and a long-term response to alleviate poverty and to ensure economic opportunity for all in the Bay Area. See the chart below for descriptions of the various fund types.
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To maximize the amount of your donation available for grantmaking, we encourage checks, wires, or gifts of securities. Please contact your Donor Relations Officer at email@example.com or 415.733.8500 for more information and assistance. Thank you.
|Women and Girls Fund
Supporting opportunities for women and girls in the areas of health and safety, leadership, and economic self-sufficiency.
|One Community Fund
A two-pronged strategy to strengthen the safety net for immediate needs and a long-term response to alleviate poverty and to ensure economic opportunity for all in the Bay Area.
|My Donor Advised Fund
Supporting your donor advised fund at The San Francisco Foundation.
|The San Francisco Foundation Community Action Fund
Addressing urgent community needs, pooling donors charitable dollars quickly and effectively.
|The San Francisco Foundation Fellows Fund
Advancing social, racial, and economic justice by supporting low-income communities underserved by philanthropy.
|Bay Area Documentary Fund
Supporting films exploring timely and compelling social justice issues that have been historically underexposed, misinterpreted, or ignored.
|City Fields Fund
Supporting the renovation of public playing fields in San Francisco neighborhoods.