How a Team of Volunteers Made Such a Difference for This First-Year Teacher

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How a Team of Volunteers Made Such a Difference for This First-Year Teacher

August 2, 2017

When teacher Kimberly Rosario faced a difficult year, dedicated volunteers stepped up to surround her and her students with support.

Stories of Impact

Volunteer Andrew Nance Honored with Daily Point of Light Award

July 3, 2017

San Francisco Education Fund volunteer Andrew Nance received the national Points of Light award for his mindfulness work in San Francisco public schools.

Stories of Impact

How This Volunteer Helped a Student Soar in Reading

May 25, 2017

Our Literacy Program volunteer Steve helped one student improve seven guided reading levels, according to his teacher!

Stories of Impact

This Amazing SF Teacher Never Stops Learning

May 25, 2017

“I am Nikki’s biggest fan,” a volunteer who works with Ms. Nikki Taura said.

Upcoming Events

  • September 27. 2017

    Back to School Bourbon Night 2017

    Join the San Francisco Education Fund’s Young Professionals Council for a night of drinks, networking and prizes. Look forward to scoring prizes from Anchor Distilling, Fandango, and more! Back to School Bourbon Night is an annual event drawing young professionals from all over the city to socialize. By attending Back to School Bourbon Night you […]

  • October 11. 2017

    Back to School Gala 2017

    Join city, education, philanthropy and community leaders who understand the importance of strong public schools at our annual Back to School Gala at the Ritz-Carlton in San Francisco. The event will include student performances and stories of success from our work in public schools. You’ll get a chance to see how your support is building […]

  • October 19. 2017

    Tacolicious Taco Open 2017

    Take a swing for schools! Join Tacolicious for its 6th annual golf Taco Open. The course will be stocked with libations and food provided by T-lish as well as Bar San Pancho, our friends from Uma Casa, and more. This year—as part of the Tacolicious School Project and its growing public education platform—the funds raised for the tournament will […]