Securing educational equity for public school students

With your help, we have supported 270,000 students and counting in San Francisco's public schools over the past 40 years

A diverse group of students.
At the San Francisco Education Fund, we are driven by a vision for equity in our schools and in our work with one another. We show up each day with courage, candor, vulnerability, empathy, and accountability. We are unafraid to have the tough conversations that will continue to pay dividends for the students and families we work with and for every day. We hope you will join us.
Because it Takes a Community.
Areas of Support
Current Initiatives

Accelerate Learning SF

Accelerate Learning SF provides research-backed, high-impact tutoring services to students in SF's most under-resourced communities. Accelerate Learning SF is a $3 million initiative to deliver learning acceleration to an additional 5000 public school students. Let's work together to get them caught up and back on track today.

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Circle the Schools

Circle the Schools (CTS) Circle the Schools is an initiative started by in partnership with SFUSD and the Ed Fund that engages local companies to partner with San Francisco public schools and help ensure all students have the skills, experience and resources they need to live, work and thrive in San Francisco.

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Back-to-School Setup Day

Did you know SFUSD educators have only one paid day to prepare their classrooms for the school year? Our teachers work tirelessly to create a positive and engaging learning environment, but they can’t do it alone. Community support is crucial in helping them succeed. Come help us on August 16, 2024.

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With your help, we have impacted 270,000 students and counting in San Francisco public schools over the last 40+ years.
$15 Million
total investment into SF public school students via tutoring, college scholarships, teacher classroom grants, teacher equity grants, student grants, Circle the School corporate partnerships, and more
teachers assisted by volunteers
of teachers say students increased their academic skills after working with volunteers
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