We don't currently fundraise for SURJ SF. If you're looking for San Francisco-based organizations to give to, please consider a donation to one of these organizations that we work to be accountable to.

Abundant Beginnings Collective

Abundant Beginnings Collective (ABC) is a collectively run, black-led community education and empowerment initiative that is re-imagining how communities can grow learners who think critically, live responsibly, and create meaningful change. Curriculum development, community education, Forest Freedom School and Summer camps, are the focus of their work in the Bay Area.

Al Otro Lado

Al Otro Lado is a bi-national, social justice legal services organization serving indigent deportees, migrants, and refugees in Tijuana, Mexico. Our mission is to provide legal services and to uplift our immigrant communities by defending the rights of migrants against systemic injustices in the legal system. Our comprehensive cross-border programming and litigation work integrate trauma-informed practices. We engage vital partnerships and thousands of volunteers to provide essential legal services to migrants at the Southern Border in Tijuana and throughout Southern California. Al Otro Lado’s work is also centered in fighting for all families that have been torn apart by unjust immigration laws.

Arab Resource and Organizing Center

Arab Resource and Organizing Center (AROC) is a grassroots organization working to empower and organize our community towards justice and self-determination for all. AROC members build community power in the Bay Area by participating in leadership development, political education, and campaigns.

The SF Bay View National Black Newspaper

The San Francisco Bay View National Black Newspaper, founded in 1976, is a communications network for the Black community worldwide. They research and write exciting, thought-provoking stories and commentary on the full range of Black trials and triumphs—covering the Black economy, politics, arts, education, history, current events, health, religion—and those of other communities, along with stunning color photography, fill the website and the pages of each paper, a paper so popular that it disappears within hours of hitting the stands.

Wealth and Disparities in the Black Community
Justice 4 Mario Wood

Wealth and Disparities in the Black Community - Justice 4 Mario Woods fights for Justice for Mario Woods (a 2016 victim of police brutality and murdered by the SFPD) and other victims of police violence.
Their top three demands are:

  1. Fire Chief Suhr or he resigns (ACHIEVED May 19, 2016)

  2. Charges for killer cops

  3. Independent (pattern & practice) Investigation of SFPD