The San Francisco Aids Foundation aims to connect the unique talents of our community to our programs and services to minimize the impact of HIV, to build healthy futures, and to inspire hope and action. We welcome corporate, civic and student groups to volunteer for a customized group experience that includes a presentation about the services we provide to the community and a chance to ask questions about our work, harm reduction and HIV. Volunteer groups typically last two to three hours, and involve creating harm reduction supplies for our Syringe Access Services, supporting AIDS/LifeCycle or supporting other projects that promote sexual health and wellness. Fill out a Request Form.
Sutro Stewards Corporate Team Building Service Projects Near Parnassus Campus!
Friends of the Urban Forest
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
Save The Bay
Children & Families
Family House Near Mission Bay Campus!
826 Valencia Near Mission Bay Campus!
Amplify under-resourced student voices through group volunteering with 826 Valencia! Corporations and other groups can support students ages 6-18 through our writing field trip programs, which are located in our Enchanted Forest themed writing lab at 1310 Fourth Street, as well as our locations in the Mission District and the Tenderloin. Your group could work with elementary schoolers on a creative writing project, help high schoolers write podcasts, or help students make a book in a day!
Please be aware that 826 Valencia can accommodate groups between 4 and 15 volunteers and it takes 4-5 week lead time to book an event.
Janet Pomeroy Center
Tandem, Bay Area
Hunger, Homelessness, and Poverty
Student Food Market at UCSF On Parnassus Campus!
GLIDE Daily Free Meals Program
SF-Marin Food Bank Near Mission Bay Campus!
Please note that you will be bending, standing, twisting and moving quite a bit!
From their pantry network and home-delivered groceries to nutrition-education classes and food-stamp enrollment, SF Marin Food Bank works in many ways to nourish and empower neighbors in need. From the south-east corner of San Francisco to the farthest points in West Marin, the Food Bank is a vital lifeline. Food makes it possible for kids to learn, for adults to focus better at work, and for seniors to stay healthy and active. Please visit https://www.sfmfoodbank.org/volunteer/ to view and organize a volunteer experience.
Larkin Street Youth
Habitat for Humanity, San Francisco
Habitat for Humanity, East Bay
Project Open Hand, San Francisco
Project Open Hand, East Bay
Meals on Wheels
Simply the Basics