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  • Transgender Law Center: Works to change law, policy, and attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically, and free from discrimination regardless of their gender identity or expression.
  • ACLU of Northern California: Works to preserve and guarantee the protections of the Constitution's Bill of Rights and to extend these freedoms to segments of our population who have traditionally been denied their rights, including people of color; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people; women; mental-health patients; prisoners; people with disabilities; and the poor.
  • All of Us or None: A national organizing initiative of prisoners, former prisoners and felons to combat the many forms of discrimination they face as a result of felony convictions.
    Arab Resource and Organizing Center: A grassroots organization whose vision is for a strong and united Arab community working together to shift power and create change, while helping build a unified movement working towards economic and social justice.
  • Asian Law Caucus: Serves the low-income Asian Pacific American communities focusing on immigrant rights, housing and employment rights, civil rights and hate violence, national security, and criminal justice reform.
  • Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts and Technology (BAYCAT): A multi-award winning non-profit community media producer that educates, empowers and employs underserved youth and adults in the digital media arts)
  • Brothers for Change: A non-profit community service-based organization for young men and women serving the Ashland and Greater Richmond, VA areas. The organization was founded in 2005 at Randolph-Macon College with the principles of leadership, diversity, and responsibility through service.
  • Coleman Advocates- Youth: A member-led, multi-racial community organization working to create a city of hope, opportunity, and justice for all children and all families in San Francisco.
  • Council on American-Islamic Relation: Works to enhance understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.
  • Dimensions Clinic: Offers low-cost health services for queer, transgender and questioning youth ages 12 to 25.
  • Drug Policy Alliance: The nation's leading organization promoting alternatives to current drug policy that are grounded in science, compassion, health and human rights.
  • Japanese Community Youth Council: Provides a comprehensive continuum of care from preschool to college and empower young people to realize their full potential to ensure that they have the resources and support necessary to grow into healthy, responsible adults.
  • Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights: Combines direct legal services, policy advocacy, and impact litigation strategies to advance the rights of immigrants, refugees and communities of color, with a specific focus on low income communities and a long-standing commitment to African American
  • Lyric LGBT Youth Services: LYRIC’s mission is to build community and inspire positive social change through education enhancement, career trainings, health promotion, and leadership development with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning youth, their families, and allies of all races, classes, genders, and abilities.
  • Mo’ Magic: A collaborative San Francisco neighborhood-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to transform the community and youth through the MAGIC of collaboration.
  • NAACP: Founded in 1909, the NAACP is the nation's oldest and largest civil rights organization. From the ballot box to the classroom, the thousands of dedicated workers, organizers, leaders and members who make up the NAACP continue to fight for social justice for all Americans.
  • National Center for Lesbian Rights: A national legal organization committed to advancing the civil and human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their families through litigation, public policy advocacy, and public education.
  • National Employment Law Project: A national advocacy organization for employment rights of lower-
  • Office of Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (D-CA): Representing the 13th Assembly District and San Francisco in the California State Assembly, Assemblyman Ammiano seeks to bring strong progressive values to the Capitol to improve the lives of all Californians.
  • Omega Boys Club: The core mission of the Omega Boys Club is to keep people alive and free and to provide youth with opportunity and support to build positive lives for themselves and to move into contributing roles in society.
  • Ocean View-Merced Heights-Ingleside Community Action Organization: The Ocean View-Merced Heights-Ingleside Community Action Organization (OMI-CAO) began in 1995 as an umbrella advocacy group that furthers the efforts of smaller community-based organizations through social action and organizational assistance.
  • Openhouse: Provides housing, services and community for LGBT seniors.
  • Planet Fillmore Communications: A marketing and advertising firm in San Francisco.
  • San Francisco African American Chamber of Commerce: The San Francisco African American Chamber of Commerce (SFAACC) is one of California's most influential minority business organizations, representing and promoting African American business owners in San Francisco. Through advocacy and economic development, SFAACC is creating a firm economic base that supports the self-determination and survival of African American businesses. SFAACC is a non-profit 501c6 corporation
  • San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking: Consists of 20 agencies representing a broad array of nongovernmental organizations, government agencies, law enforcement agencies, service providers, educators, and community members working to end human trafficking through collaboration, education, outreach, advocacy, and supporting survivors of human trafficking by taking a zero tolerance stance on exploitation, violence, and human trafficking.
  • San Francisco Housing Development Corp: Works to strengthen underserved communities and help low and moderate income families build and maintain assets and achieve financial stability.
  • San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Community Center: The mission of the San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Community Center is to connect the LGBT community to opportunities, resources and each other to achieve a stronger, healthier, and more equitable world for LGBT people and their allies.
  • San Francisco Reentry Council: Coordinates local efforts to support adults exiting San Francisco County Jail, San Francisco juvenile justice out-of-home placements, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation facilities and the United States Federal Bureau of Prison facilities.
  • San Francisco Unified School District: The San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) is the seventh largest school district in California, educating over 55,000 students every year. Its mission is to provide each student with an equal opportunity to succeed by promoting intellectual growth, creativity, self-discipline, cultural and linguistic sensitivity, democratic responsibility, economic competence, and physical and mental health so that each student can achieve his or her maximum potential.
  • San Francisco Youth Commission: The San Francisco Youth Commission is responsible, under SEC 4.124 of the City Charter, for advising the Board of Supervisors and the Mayor on "the effects of legislative policies, needs, assessments, priorities, programs, and budgets concerning the children and youth of San Francisco."
  • Sikh Coalition: A community-based organization that works towards the realization of civil and human rights for all people, in particular, towards a world where Sikhs may freely practice and enjoy their faith while fostering strong relations with their local community wherever they may be.
  • Southeast Community Facility Commission: A community-based organization with numerous programs and services, most of which are non-profit in status and affordable to the public. The organization offers a wide range of assistance in the areas of employment opportunities, tax preparation, voter registration, and scholarship awards.
  • South East Sector Community Development Corporation: A nonprofit corporation dedicated to elevating the quality of life for the people of Bayview/Hunters Point by aggressively combating environmental issues, promoting community health, upgrading housing, and creating economic opportunity.
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