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School Year Opportunities for Youth Ages 14-24

The new school year is here, and so are lots of opportunities for  San Francisco youth ages 14-25  to develop new skills, delve into their interests, start new projects, and connect with their communities. We’ve compiled a list of of opportunities with DCYF and our grantees for the 2019-2020 school year - check it out and share!   Learn More →

The new school year is here, and so are lots of opportunities for San Francisco youth ages 14-25 to develop new skills, delve into their interests, start new projects, and connect with their communities. We’ve compiled a list of of opportunities with DCYF and our grantees for the 2019-2020 school year - check it out and share!

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Connect with DCYF

Everyone is invited to work with us toward our goal: making San Francisco a great place to grow up. Connect with us and invite us to connect with you.

Everyone is invited to work with us toward our goal: making San Francisco a great place to grow up. Connect with us and invite us to connect with you.


Looking for an After School Program for a Kindergarten to 8th Grader? Start Here!

DCYF funds  more than   60 after school programs  for children in grades K-8 in every neighborhood in the City. After school programs help ensure that children and youth, particularly from working families, have enriching, safe, and fun options after the school day ends. Check out our list of after school program grantees to find one that works for you!   Learn More →

DCYF funds more than 60 after school programs for children in grades K-8 in every neighborhood in the City. After school programs help ensure that children and youth, particularly from working families, have enriching, safe, and fun options after the school day ends. Check out our list of after school program grantees to find one that works for you!

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Free After School Snacks and Suppers in San Francisco

During the 2019-2020 school year, sites throughout San Francisco will offer  free afternoon snacks and suppers to children and youth ages 18 and under  every Monday through Friday. No proof of need, registration, or identification is required in order to receive a snack or supper. The only requirement: arrive at any open site’s designated serving time. All sites will be clearly marked with large exterior banners. You can also look for the official After School Snack & Supper poster, which is in the image above. The poster was created by Mariel, the winner of SFUSD's Middle School Summer Meals Poster Contest!   Learn More →

During the 2019-2020 school year, sites throughout San Francisco will offer free afternoon snacks and suppers to children and youth ages 18 and under every Monday through Friday. No proof of need, registration, or identification is required in order to receive a snack or supper. The only requirement: arrive at any open site’s designated serving time. All sites will be clearly marked with large exterior banners. You can also look for the official After School Snack & Supper poster, which is in the image above. The poster was created by Mariel, the winner of SFUSD's Middle School Summer Meals Poster Contest!

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Students today.
Leaders tomorrow.

In 1991, San Franciscans made a historic commitment to the City’s children and youth: the creation & implementation of the Children and Youth Fund, the nation’s first dedicated fund for services for children, youth, and their families.

 
 
 
 
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FY2017 - 2018 Citywide and district DATA

SF Investments in Youth

The DCYF Service Reports by Supervisorial District include data points about the programs DCYF funds in each district and information about the children and youth these programs serve. Each report includes demographic information, the amount of funds allocated to programs, and the types of programs DCYF funds in each district. The reports also include "Program Spotlights" that describe the work of particular DCYF grantees that run programs in each district.

 
 
 
 
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