YOU CAN HELP
END THE HARDSHIP IN SAN FRANCISCO
CityTeam San Francisco is a place of connection.
San Francisco is just 7×7 miles wide and home to over 880,000 residents. Yet, with so many people, community and connection are often missing for so many of our neighbors.
In our over 20 years of serving in San Francisco, we’ve seen that one of the greatest, yet neglected, issues in our city is relational poverty. And the root cause of most issues of chronic homelessness, mental and physical illness, and addiction is broken relationships that lead to isolation. This is true poverty. How can a person thrive without a community of people supporting them?
This is why we exist. Our mission is to share Christ’s unconditional and redemptive love by caring for immediate needs and enabling lasting solutions. Our programs were designed to bring people into a loving community and walk with them, for as long as it takes, to see them whole again.
Will you join us in our mission? Together, we are a TEAM of people who can renew our CITY. We are CityTeam.
Christian Huang, Executive Director
CityTeam San Francisco
CITYTEAM SAN FRANCISCO PROGRAMS
From meeting immediate needs to providing lasting solutions, CityTeam programs restore lives and rebuild communities.
Neighborhood outreach programs that help relieve the challenges that low-income families face to put food on the table and make ends meet. Through relationships, we identify neighbors who are candidates for our lasting solution programs.
HOT MEALS served at 164 6th Street, San Francisco
- Daily Dinner Service: First come, first serve (200 meals daily)
- Mondays: SOMA Pantry, 164 6th St.
CITYTEAM IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
Neighborhood outreach across San Francisco
- MOBILE HOT MEALS
Tuesdays: Parkside Pantry
Wednesdays: Food Truck 1-3pm at Double Rock, 3-5pm at Oakdale Ave, 1-5pm at Hunter’s Point and Bayview
Thursdays: Sunset Pantry
- BAGS OF LOVE food delivery to Single Room Occupancy (SROs) across San Francisco
CITYTEAM YOUTH COLLECTIVE
RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM for youth in need of shelter and community
- Program open to young men ages 18-24
- Helping you achieve education, job and permanent housing goals
AND JOIN US
Volunteers make it possible to serve our neighbors across a wide range of programs. Our volunteer opportunities include cooking and serving our daily meal service, simply sitting down and connecting over a meal with one of our clients, working at our mobile food distribution in neighborhoods across the city, connecting with people at our monthly Saturday outreach, or being a mentor and coach to a young man in our residential programs.