PODER

A grassroots, environmental justice organization based in San Francisco’s Mission District

Resources during COVID-19 in San Francisco

These resources were put together by allied community organizations across San Francisco for accessible access.

Food:

  • Here you will find information about SFUSD’s free pick up sites those who are 18 years old or younger.
  • The Women’s Building’s Food pantry is available for seniors Mondays from 9-9:50am. Necessary precautions for health and safety are being taken. Monday’s 9:50-10:15am to the general public.
  • At the OMI Resource Center – Every Tuesday for fresh food; every other day they can pick up dry goods
  • The Richmond Neighborhood Center3 weekly food pantries for all Richmond District residents of any income level. We also offer Emergency Food access to any San Francisco resident.
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of San FranciscoThe Club will remain open as a critical City service for the care and feeding of children who fall into three categories: 1.) economically and physically vulnerable children, 2.) children from families for whom telework and paid sick leave is not available, and 3.) the children of healthcare workers and other essential city workers.

Childcare:

Jobs and Unemployment:

Resources for Undocumented Community:

Other Resources:

This is a living document from the Freedom Community Clinic on mass resources in the Bay Area during the COVID-19 pandemic.

During this time, please make sure to: