SFUSD Family Resource Link
Go to familylink.sfusd.edu to complete an online request form if you need support from the district. You can also call 415-340-1716, Monday-Friday, 9-1pm.
SFUSD Free Meals
Please visit this site often for new meal sites and times that the district is adding.
Samoan Community Development Center
Meals on Wheels for elderly folks, many who happen to also be primary caregivers for our children. They can drop off care packages.
APA Vis Valley Strong Families
Food pantry is happening every Friday from 11-3pm. Families must fill out an application if it's their first time. Address: 2600 Geneva Ave.
Letter to Landlord
Letter to help families draft a poential letter to waive/delay rent for the coming months. Should be added that support team can support, as long as families reach out.
Guidelines for Eviction Moratorium
On March 13, 2020, in response to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, Mayor Breed issued an Executive Order imposing a temporary moratorium on eviction for non-payment of rent by residential tenants directly impacted by the novel coronavirus crisis.
Bayview Access Point Homelessness & Housing
Open Monday through Friday 9-4. Phone #: 415-430-6320. 1641 LaSalle Avenue, SF, CA 94124
Betancourt Macias Family Scholarship Foundation
The Betancourt Macias Family Scholarship Foundation is launching a GoFundMe fundraiser to raise funds to support undocumented families and individuals during these times of crisis. Please understand that funding is not guaranteed.
Relief Funds for Undocumented Workers
This is a spreadsheet and may be overwhelming. Please search up California list first, if you need support please reach out to Ms. Yajaira, SSW.
Undocumented Families can apply for financial relief. Please know this may be a long process, and depends on how much funds there are but families are welcome to apply here.
Immigrant Family Funds
El Fondo de Respuesta Rápida COVID-19 está brindando apoyo financiero a las familias inmigrantes que han quedado fuera de los esfuerzos de ayuda del gobierno federal. Los inmigrantes pueden ser elegibles para recibir una subvención de $ 500 para ayudar...
One Fair Wage Emergency Fund
Emergency fund for service workers. The form is available in Spanish too.
Bay Area Senior, Disabled, and Worker Mutual Aid Fund
Senior and Disability Action, Bay Resistance, and a variety of community organizations are working to identify and meet the needs of seniors, people with disabilities and health conditions, and workers who are at risk in this moment.
Slide decks to help teach students about Coronavirus or COVID-19.
Comcast Application for Xfinity Wifi
Internet Essentials Free to New Customers: It’s even easier for low-income families who live in a Comcast service area to sign-up for Internet Essentials, the nation’s largest and most comprehensive broadband adoption program.
Free Xfinity Hotspots
Xfinity WiFi hotspots located in businesses and outdoor locations across the country will be available to anyone who needs them for free – including non-Xfinity Internet subscribers.
Chrome Extensions for Struggling Students
Blog post highlighting different chrome extensions that can be installed to help struggling students or students with disabilities
Free internet for families of students in K-12. Three Months Free plus No Contract code has been applied. If your address is eligible, discount will be applied at checkout.
Fiber to Housing Project
If you live in a San Francisco public housing community, you may have access to free Internet/WiFi. Please visit the website for information.
Comcast Internet Essentials for SFUSD Families
Parents/Guardians have until October 30, 2020, to complete the application with a district-provided promo code, to receive this 8-month offer. Visit the website to get the promo code then apply on https://apply.internetessentials.com/. Please reach out!