Founded in 2009, San Francisco is G4G’s first satellite chapter. We are a group of approximately 1,200 volunteers who donate time and energy, once a month, to a variety of social welfare and environmental service projects. We usually draw 50-60 people for three to four hours on the third Saturday of the month to work on a project. There is no money involved – we donate our time. The goal is community service.
Past volunteer projects include rejuvenating parts of the SF Zoo; repackaging donated food for the Food Bank; trail building in Golden Gate Park; working on many habitat projects for the Presidio Nursery; restoring native species along the coast; painting and performing minor repairs at special education schools; clearing lots in blighted neighborhoods to create community spaces; working on projects for the AIDS Memorial Grove; and sorting books for The Friends of the Public Library.
Join us and help out at a service project. Participate when you want; there is no on-going commitment!
We do good and always have fun while doing it.