We’re a small team committed to making San Francisco a city that works for everybody.
We believe in the power of local. We think that the decisions we make at city and county levels are some of the most consequential in American life. We want everyone to feel that they are owners of the cities that they live in, starting with where we live—San Francisco.
That’s why we’re building the tools and communities that San Francisco needs to help everyone participate in local government.
“With the pandemic, I want to come out and help because I can,” Jade Quizon, a volunteer who works for a biotech company. She and others say thzey have a new purpose through volunteerism with TogetherSF founded during the first week of shelter in place in San Francisco.
Usually, the goods handed out by food banks are pretty basic: canned corn, apples, rice, potatoes. But thousands of people lining up for help this week in San Francisco will find an unlikely surprise in their sacks: 10 oz. American Wagyu steaks worth nearly $60 each.