Innovation & Learning

Photo by Bashir Anastas. Celebration at Hunters View.

We’re not just driven. We’re data-driven, too.

We are committed to tracking and measuring the impact of our investments to ensure that we are accountable to residents — and that our most successful programs can be scaled.

new affordable homes built
Average retention of original residents
resident interactions with community health workers in one year
increase in student attendance
decrease in crime
increase in household income*

* Data from Hunters View, where housing was completed in 2016. All other data points are in comparison to the 2012 baseline evaluation.

Our Permanent Programs

Seeded by HOPE SF, institutionalized at the City level, employs Residents

Community Health Ambassador Program

Photo by San Francisco Department of Public Health. Pricilla W., Community Health Ambassador, measures the blood pressure of a resident.

Education Liaison Program

Photo by Lee Romney, KALW. Kevin Williams, the educational liaison at the Alice Griffith housing project, convenes parent meetings once a month. Regina Allen, a grandmother now raising her grandkids, is on the far right.

Youth Champions and Phoenix Project

Photo by Tech Boogie Media/JJ Harris. A group of four HOPE SF Youth Champions talking.

Resident Warriors

Photo by Tech Boogie Media/JJ Harris. Resident Warrior Uzuri Pease-Greene.

College Scholarships

Youth at the new basketball court in Bayview Hunters Point.

Small Grants Program

A group of three All My Usos volunteers smiling.

Wealth Strategies

Photo by Insight Center. Cover of HOPE SF Wealth Building Framework, September 2021.

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