We have been working to alleviate poverty across our eight‐county region for a century. We invite you to learn more about our work, our relationships.
116,630 individuals are experiencing food insecurity in Alameda County alone.
27,709 renter-households with low incomes DO NOT have access to an affordable home.
40,404 households in Marin County spend more than 30% of household income on rent.
Full-time income for workers in low-wage jobs decreased 10% between 2000 and 2019, while high-wage job income increased 13%.
A typical family of four needs $127,332 just to meet basic needs. The median income for SF residents is $119,136.
33,374 individuals have been served through UWBA programs – that’s nearly twice the seating capacity of the Chase Center.
27,400 children are experiencing food insecurity.
54,584 households are housing burdened, spending more than 30% of household income on rent.