Taylor was living his dream of being a family man who worked hard and was there for his family. But, when heroin took over his life, he lost all that. In his addiction, he chose homelessness, petty theft, and running aimlessly throughout life. But his story doesn’t end there.Read More Stories
Your involvement is what makes it possible to change lives, families, and communities. Every program at CityTeam, from a hot meal to addiction recovery, is only possible because of support from individuals, companies, churches, and schools who care about helping others. You don’t have to be a superhero to make a difference. Here are some ways YOU can get involved.
Providing hot, nutritious meals to our neighbors
Offering assistance to low-income families and residents of the nearby low-income hotels (SROs).
CityTeam Youth Collective is a residential program for youth transitioning from homelessness, California’s foster care and/or juvenile probation systems into adulthood.
CityTeam has a long history of serving in one of the toughest areas in San Francisco. Yet, despite the challenges, we’ve seen lives transformed – and many going from living on the streets to being productive members of society. It’s unbelievable to hear some of the stories of lives that have been changed.
Here’s the thing, this does not happen overnight, and it does not happen without your help. When I hear stories of lives that have been impacted by CityTeam SF, it usually involves a mix of volunteers, staff, and donors. That is why we need your help to continue these efforts! You can make a difference in someone’s life – please swing by for a tour or better yet, get involved in one of our volunteer opportunities.
Hope to see you here!
Get exclusive updates and stories delivered straight to your inbox.
Hundreds of corporations partner and volunteer with us. Contact us for more information.
CityTeam San Francisco, 164 6th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 | 415.861.8688 | email@example.com
For just $1.89, you can give give a neighbor experiencing hunger and homelessness a hot Christmas meal!