SFCI Impact Report 2019

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ANNUAL

IMPACT REPORT

2019


OUR MISSION

We exist to intervene on behalf of the people of the Tenderloin.

San Francisco City Impact has been serving the city of San Francisco since

1984. We have a strong belief and desire to see the city of San Francisco

transformed by impacting the Tenderloin District and we do that by serving

the immediate needs of the community in these areas:

Poverty

Hunger

Urban Childern

Community Outreach


WHAT IS

THE TENDERLOIN:

28,200

Tenderloin TOTAL POPULATION

2,258

kids under

the age of 18

live in the Tenderloin but this number has been historically undercounted

according to the Bay Area Women’s and Children’s Center

RACE/ETHNICITY

breakdown

43%

White

31%

Asian

23%

Latino

(of any Race)

15%

Other/Two

or more races

10%

Black/

African American

1%

Native American

Indian

0.4%

Native Hawaiian/

Pacific Islander

HOMELESSNESS

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Number of families

with children in SF

experiencing homelessness:

94%

sheltered

6%

unsheltered

POPULATION

BELOW

POVERTY LEVEL

TENDERLOIN

SAN FRANCISCO

28.3% 10.1%


POVERTY


Life is precarious for people in poverty. The tiniest setback can be the tipping point into

homelessness. We work to give people access to social services, medical care, and weekly

homes visits to asses individuals and families to help keep them off the streets.

ADOPT-A-BUILDING:

HEALTH & WELLNESS:

City Impact partners with volunteers to visit under-resourced

SRO hotels. Volunteers visit door-to-door delivering food and

small household items in addition to offering prayer and

inviting residents to bible study and church services.

408

174

505

31

DENTAL PATIENTS

MEDICAL PATIENTS

BUILDING

VISITS

NEW BUILDINGS

ADOPTED

11,286

RESIDENT VISITATION

1,040

SOCIAL SERVICE

ENCOUNTERS


HUNGER


San Francisco considers anyone who lives below twice the federal poverty level to be at high

risk of food insecurity. That amounts to roughly 227,000 San Franciscans, including

28 percent of children 17 and under, and 36 percent of adults 65 and over.

16,360

FOOD CHAPEL

MEALS SERVED

14,419*

FOOD PANTRY

INDIVIDUALS

SERVED

90,241

KITCHEN

HOT MEALS

*aprogram launched April 2019


URBAN CHILDREN


Through our various youth oriented programs we provide education, emotion, mental and

spiritual support to the many youth in our community. Through sports, games, and other activities

many of the staff and volunteers make an impact through consistency and simply being present

in their lives.

98

STUDENTS ENROLLED

San Francisco City Academy

Offering a safe place for urban children to learn, play,

and grow the City Academy empowers its students to

excel academically, physically, spiritually, and socially.

17

Kindergarten

51

Elemetary (1st-4th)

30

Middle School (5th -8th)

Through sports, games,

and other activities, we

make a difference in the

lives of children by simply

being present and

available every week.

910 KIDS

SUPER SATURDAY

15 KIDS

served

SPECIAL NEEDS

PLAY GROUPS

52 KIDS

attended

KIDS CAMP/

SUMMER CAMP

*Program launched July 2019


COMMUNITY OUTREACH


Programs such as Threads for Therapy, church, and outreach events help us to “keep a finger on the

pulse” of our community. As a result, we are able to better understand the unique needs of our

neighbors and serve the more effectively.

OUTREACH EVENTS:

6,895

STREET CAFE

MEALS SERVED

3,979

MEALS

DELIVERED

91 RESIDENTS

FEET WASHING

52

HAIR CUTS

300

KIDS ATTENDED

120

EYE

SCREENINGS

489

ARTICLES OF

CLOTHING

THREADS FOR

THERAPY:

A community thrift store

Launched July 2019

3,117

ITEMS DISTRIBUTED

CHURCH:

5,326

16

ENGLISH CHURCH ATTENDEES PROFESSIONS OF FAITH

1,525

429

CHINESE CHURCH ATTENDEES YOUTH ATTENDEES

VOLUNTEERS:

24,403

VOLUNTEER HOURS

6,760

VOLUNTEERS

MOBILIZED

* The numbers reported are an estimate based on information collected from January- August 2019


If you are interested in providing volunteer or financial

support to City Impact, please feel free to contact us.

136 Taylor St.

San Francisco, CA 94102

sfcityimpact.com

www.sfcityimpact.com

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