For over 50 years, CYC has provided the youth of our city a sense of belonging and vital tools and experiences to succeed in life.
CYC serves over 8,000 youth each year and is one of only a few agencies in the city addressing the needs of a diverse population of low-income, high-need, and at-risk Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI), Latinx, and African American youth. We believe in opening doors of opportunity based on individual interests and needs, always with multiple entry points and multiple potential paths.
CYC has worked in the Richmond District for over three decades providing opportunities for young people to excel in their lives. Our love and support for the neighborhood and its residents have inspired us to take a big new step—and we’d like you to join us.
March 22 is fast approaching. We’re super excited for you to join us for our annual fun-filled event where we celebrate youth—and you.
In response to rising violence against the AAPI community, CYC has joined with other local organizations to provide proactive, integrated, culturally competent violence prevention and intervention services. CYC is serving as the fiscal agency for the Coalition for Community Safety and Justice (CCSJ) and, through the Coalition, provides coordinated street outreach and crisis response services.
In the COVID-19 era, our city’s youth are dealing with trauma, illness, and significantly stretched or altered family, social, and academic relationships. Underserved and culturally/linguistically isolated youth are in danger of falling further behind and not having access to vital mental health and supportive services. CYC is approaching these challenges with commitment, creativity, and care.
We’re ever-grateful for the support of our donors. With your help, CYC is able to continue addressing the needs of thousands of youth in San Francisco. Read more about our direct donation and planned giving options.
Join us in the Bayview to celebrate Black History Month and the Lunar New Year.