Johnny Calero Sanchez joined the Success Center San Francisco family as a Program Assistant in June 2016. SCSF staffers who work with him will likely tell you…read more of Johnny’s story .
The Human Rights Commission of San Francisco presented the prestigious Hero Award to the Success Center SF’s Founder and Executive Director Liz Jackson-Simpson on July 28, 2016 in the Board of Supervisors’ Chambers at City Hall. Read about Liz’s special day.
Success Center SF recently partnered with the well-regarded Hack Reactor program to teach coding to homeless youth, single parents, and others. Hear how this program is changing lives.
|$35||Provides the fees for 1 GED Test.|
|$70||Provides a clipper transit card for a student.|
|$100||Provides a new jobseeker with interview attire.|
|$500||Provides new GED textbooks.|
|$1000||Provides resources for a new computer.|
|$5000||Provides a college tour for 10 students.|
|$10,000||Provides school lunch for all our students for one school year.|