San Francisco Education Fund

Since 1963, the San Francisco Education Fund has worked to ensure that San Francisco's young people get the education needed to be powerful contributors to their community, nation and world.

So that every San Francisco student – especially those in underserved communities – graduates from high school ready for college, career and civic responsibility, the Education Fund works with the entire school community: teachers, parents, administrators, students and volunteers to strengthen schools.

The Education Fund employs programs that address current challenges in classrooms while they also design, incubate and implement long-term reform strategies. The Education Fund programs:

  • support teachers with training and resources to enhance their classroom practice;
  • match volunteer skills with teacher requests;
  • engage students to create positive changes in their schools;
  • unite families, service providers, businesses and others to build stronger school communities; and inform district policy through community input and strategic partnerships.

2730 Bryant Street, Second Floor
San Francisco, CA 94110

415-695-5401 fax

For local information on the Fund for Teachers grant process, contact Noah Kane
at 415-695-5400 x3003 or