Mural that reads Love is the Revolution

Engage San Francisco

Partner with neighbors and community organizations in the Western Addition while you build relationships, learn San Francisco history, support college access, and address health disparities.

Work With and in the Fillmore Neighborhood

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Tutor in San Francisco Public Schools

Support literacy for Western Addition children and their families.

Address Poverty and Inequality

Partner with the community to address a lack of access to affordable housing, healthcare, and education.

Tell Stories

Research and write. Spark inspiration and conversation toward creating a more inclusive and safer San Francisco.

Expand Your Knowledge

Learn more about the history of the Western Addition neighborhood through the Gleeson Library, right here on campus.

Promote Social Change and Community Involvement

Support African American neighbors living below San Francisco’s poverty level. Help them reach their full potential.

Mural in a garden

Talk About Race

Study racism and the pathways to improve social and economic outcomes through anti-racist education and research training.

Norman Feng gives vaccination to patient.

Connect with the USF Community

Connect over community issues. Develop new relationships. Share resources.

western addition youth perform at usf sports event

Attend a Western Addition Game Day

Western Addition youth and families can attend a USF collegiate level athletic game free of charge.

Group of people smiling.

Our 10 Year Anniversary

Find out more about events and community partnerships during our first 10 years.

Undergrad Responds to People in Their Communities

Viet-Hung Nguyen ’25 works as a site leader at Rosa Parks Elementary School. He fosters relationships between tutors and young students and coordinates tutoring schedules.

Viet-Hung Nguyen

Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good

2130 Fulton St.
Masonic, Room 106
San Francisco, CA 94117

Monday - Friday:
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.