To make a positive and lasting impact on serious issues of displacement and poverty. We will work to END homelessness.  

cropped-sfip1.jpgWe will restore safety, dignity, and opportunity to all our neighbors who are experiencing poverty. 

We plan to build supportive infrastructure across the city in partnership with local businesses, nonprofits and city services. We are organizing and hosting personal care package events to provide personal care essentials and resource guides to help navigate our neighbors to safety, dignity, and opportunity. Together we will organize these solutions to help end chronic homelessness for many San Franciscans who are now living on our streets.

  • 24/7 Accessible storage options to security vital personal possessions and to de-clutter our streets
  • 24/7 Accessible supportive infrastructure like showers, bathrooms, laundry to meet the needs of our homeless population
  • 27/7 Accessible power, phone, and internet services to maintain access and power needs.

With these basic needs met, we can focus on helping people make the connection to getting proper care, training, shelter, jobs, and housing.

We are recruiting volunteers, engaging potential new partners, and of course appreciative of your financial support.

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 Our goal is $100,000 in 2019. Every bit will make a difference, so go ahead and make a pledge.

We are raising money by selling t-shirts, caps and through generous donations from community leaders, partner organizations, grants and special individuals like you. 

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San Francisco Impact Partners is set on a path to become an independent 501 c3 organization. Your donation is a tax-deductible contribution to A. Phillip Randolf Institute of San Francisco for San Francisco Impact Partners. No goods or services were provided to you in consideration of your gift. A. Phillip Randolf Institute of San Francisco is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization for both federal and state purposes and provides services such as fiduciary oversight, financial management, and other staff and administrative services to San Francisco Impact Partners. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, A. Phillip Randolf Institute of San Francisco is able to receive grants and tax-deductible donations and gifts on behalf of San Francisco Impact Partners. A. Phillip Randolf Institute of San Francisco federal tax identification number is 20-3787594.