MOUs approved for SFUSD-public-rev Feb 26 2021
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Current MOUs approved to serve SFUSD (including multi-year MOUs)
by fiscal year,
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July 1 - June 30
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Organization / Agency NameNotes / Program info
BOE approval #
TERM
Special MOU Form
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10,000 DegreesPeer college advising for high school students186-26B42018 - 2021
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18 Reasons
Provide cooking classes for students and families in partner elementary schools
2011-10B22020-2023
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826 ValenciaSchool site and off-site programs186-12B22018 - 2021
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826 Valencia
Provide field trips, one-on-one tutoring and homework help, specialized writing workshops and professional publishing opportunities
209-8B22020-2023
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A Better Way, Inc.Comprehensive mental health services 1811-13B22018 - 2021
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ABADA Capoeira San FranciscoOut of School Time at their own location186-26B32018 - 2021
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Academic ChessProvide weekly after-school chess instruction in partner schools209-22B32020-2023
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Access Institute
Provide mental health care, primarily through individual psychotherapy, with collateral work with families and school staff at partner sites.
206-23B42020-2023
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African American Art & Culture ComplexOut of School Time at their own location and schools186-26B32018 - 2021
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After School Enrichment Program (ASEP)Provide daily after school programs for Daniel Webster and McKinley ES208-11B22020-2023
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Aim High for High School
Provide comprehensive, daily summer program for low-income students in focal schools.
196-25B442019-2022
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Alisa Ann Ruch Burn FoundationProvide workshops for on fire prevention and safety209-22B32019-2022
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Alive and FreeOut of School Time program at own location188-14B102018 - 2021
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Alonzo King LINES BalletResidencies in multiple sites188-14B102018 - 2021
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Amanda TalbotProvide weekly after school arts program at New Traditions ES199-10B22019-2021
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America Scores Bay AreaOut of School Time programs186-12B22018 - 2021
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American Conservatory Theater
Provide theater instruction and performance opportunities to SFUSD students at partner schools.
206-23B42020-2023
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ANTS Sports & EnrichmentProvide after school sports programs at participating elementary schools198-27B32019-2022
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APA Family Support ServicesTherapy and educational workshops189-25B212018 -2021
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Argonne Council of EmpowermentProvide daily Chinese After School and enrichment program at Argonne ES. 198-27B42018-2021
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ArtSmartVocal teachers in middle schools186-26B62018 - 2021x
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Asian Pacific American Community CenterProvide Daily after school program at their own location1911-12B122019-2021
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Bar Association of San Francisco
School to College program supports students at The Academy to prepare for college.
211-26B32020-2023
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Bay Area Community Resources (BACR)Summer Learning programs186-26B32018 - 2021
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Bay Area Community Resources (BACR)Sunset Media Wave at their own location186-26B32018 - 2021
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Bay Area Community Resources (BACR)Home Away program at Fort Mason186-26B42018 - 2021
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Bay Area Community Resources (BACR)Beacon lead agency at AP Giannini MS186-26B52018 - 2021
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Bay Area Community Resources (BACR)Beacon lead agency at Bret Harte ES186-26B52018 - 2021
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Bay Area Community Resources (BACR)Beacon lead agency at Hoover MS186-26B52018 - 2021
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Bay Area Community Resources (BACR)Beacon lead agency at Paul Revere K-8186-26B52018 - 2021
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Bay Area Community Resources (BACR)Case management for justice system-involved youth188-28B22018 - 2021
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Bay Area Community Resources (BACR)Case management for Roadmap to Peace188-28B22018 - 2021
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Bay Area Community Resources (BACR)Leadership development in HOPE SF housing188-28B22018 - 2021
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Bay Area Community Resources (BACR)Job readiness and life skills188-28B32018 - 2021
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Bay Area Discovery MuseumProvide classroom visits, teacher resources and field trips to the museum208-25B22020-2023
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Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC)Next Gen and Bridges programs186-26B42018 - 2021
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Bay Area Women's and Children's Center (BAWCC)Multiple programs at Tenderloin Community School189-25B182018 - 2021x
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Bayview Association for Youth100% College Prep, student success coaches and BSU support1811-13B22018 - 2021
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Bayview Hunter's Point Foundation for Community Improvement
Youth Emerging with Support (YES) behavioral health services188-28B32018 - 2021
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Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts and Technology (BAYCAT)
Out of School Time program at own location186-12B22018 - 2021
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Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center
Place high school youth in Mayor's Youth Employment and Education Program (MYEEP) as classroom volunteers.
1912-10B42019-2022
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Beyond 12Provide college coaching and mentoring to SFUSD students and alumni195-14B122018 - 2021x
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Bindlestiff StudioAfter school writing, directing and performance workshops194-9B12018-2021
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Blue Water FoundationProvide one-time sailing trips for students in middle and high school198-13B32019-2022
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Board of Trustees of the Glide FoundationOut of School Time program at their own location186-26B32018 - 2021
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Booker T Washington Community Services CenterOut of School Time program at own location186-26B32018 - 2021
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Booker T. Washington Community ServicesFacilitate student academic and emotional support groups at Marina MS195-14B132018 - 2021
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Booker T. Washington Community Services Center
Provide "Keep it 100" program weekly groups for students at Wallenberg HS.
1912-10B42019-2022
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Boys & Girls Clubs of San FranciscoOST program at their locations & collab at schools186-26B32018 - 2021
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Boys & Girls Clubs of San FranciscoBeacon lead at Carver ES186-26B52018 - 2021
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Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco
Provide support for activities and STEM club for middle grades at Paul Revere K-8 school
1910-15B22019-2021
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Boys to Men Bay AreaProvide mentoring for students at Hoover MS.1910-15B22019-2021
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Brava! For Women in the ArtsOut of School Time program at own location188-14B102018 - 2021
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Brightline Defense Project
Provide Construction Sector Bridge Project to prepare students for construction industry and CityBuild Academy
199-10B22019-2022
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Buchanan YMCAHeat of the Kitchen program188-14B102018 - 2021
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Buchanan YMCABeacon lead agency at Cobb ES189-25B212018 - 2021
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Buchanan YMCABeacon lead agency at John Muir ES189-25B212018 - 2021
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Buchanan YMCA
Provide before and after school program for Chinese Immersion School at DeAvila
196-25B442019-2022
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Buchanan YMCAProvide comprehensive after school program at Rosa Parks ES198-13B32019-2022
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Buchanan YMCAProvide daily after school program at New Traditions.208-25B22020-2023
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Buddhist Tzu Chi FoundationCharacter Education program at McLaren EED and Cobb ES189-25B212018 -2021
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Buddhist Tzu Chi FoundationServices and events for students, families and staff in Cohort 3 schools194-9B12018-2021
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Buena Vista Child Care, Inc.Provide summer and after school programs, in their own location.198-13B32019-2022
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Bytes for BitsAfterschool coding program - New Traditions189-25B212018 - 2021
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California Academy of SciencesCareers in Science internships188-28B22018 - 2021
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California Academy of Sciences
Provide professional development on STEM curriculum for TK-5 teachers in Bayview schools
1910-29B112019-2022
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California Lawyers for the Arts
Provide workforce development and place students in internships with arts organizations.
205-26B22019-2022
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Capture the DreamProvide financial supports and mentoring for low-income students195-28B82018 - 2021
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Catholic CharitiesOut of School Time program at own locations186-12B22018 - 2021
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Center for Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ)Case management and support services for youth leaving justice system 1811-13B22018 - 2021
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Center for Urban Education About Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA)
Provide job readiness training focused on exploring food and food justice208-25B22020-2023
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Center for Young Women's DevelopmentCase management and counseling188-14B102018 - 2021
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Center for Youth WellnessProvide integrated behavioral heath, case management and counseling188-14B102018 - 2021
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Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)Case Management and support groups186-12B22018 - 2021
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ChanticleerProvide concerts, sing-alongs and choral coaching for participating schools1910-15B22019-2022
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Charity Cultural Services Center
Provide college preparation and academic supports at own site and Lincoln HS, after school
193-12B22018 - 2021
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Chinatown Community Development CenterOut of School Time "Campaign Academy" at their location188-14B102018 - 2021
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Chinatown Community Development CenterAdopt an Alleyway and Youth for SROs leadership development188-14B112018 - 2021
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Chinatown YMCAOut of School Time program at own location186-12B22018 - 2021
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Chinese Progressive AssociationCommon Roots program186-26B42018 - 2021
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Chinese Progressive AssociationGender Sexuality Diversities program186-26B42018 - 2021
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Circus CenterProvide weekly, after school circus classes at the Tenderloin Rec Center199-10B22019-2022
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City and County of San Francisco Department of Public Health
Provide behavioral and mental health services through community based programs and clinics
196-25B39; amended 198-27B18
2018-2023x
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City and County of San Francisco Sheriff's Department
DIscovering Your True Self speakers bureau188-14B102018 - 2021
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City College of San FranciscoExpect Respect program, providing health curriculum through Wellness staff191-15B122018 - 2021x
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CIty of Dreams
Provide after-school mentoring, gardening education, and Saturday recreational field trips
209-8B22020-2023
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City Surf Project
Provide both one-time and ongoing programs to explore surfing, swimming and the ocean
209-8B22020-2023
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Coleman Advocates - Students Making a Change
Fiscally sponsored program provides mentoring for students at City College of San Francisco.
1912-10B42019-2022
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Collective Impact
Provide support and facilitate groups for Black students in partner schools, with AAALI
208-25B22020-2023
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Collective Impact
Provide Everybody Reads literacy strategies across Out of School Time programs
208-25B22020-2023
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Collective Impact - Project Level
For Project Level - Provide workshops and internships for youth through the African American Art and Culture Complex
211-12B32020-2022
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College TrackCollege readiness program at their location188-28B22018 - 2021
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Community GrowsGarden, STEM and nutrition 186-26B42018 - 2021
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Community Initiatives - Mission Science WorkshopMission Science Workshop - OST at own location188-14B102018 - 2021
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Community Initiatives - Peer ResourcesPeer Resources at multiple schools185-22B22018 - 2021
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Community Works WestYouth Arts program -Provide elective theater arts program at The Academy1810-23B32018 - 2021
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Community Works WestProject What! youth-led program for children of incarcerated parents1810-9B32018 - 2021