SERVING THE GREATER
SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
individuals. families. communities
For more than four decades, Bay Area Community Resources (BACR) has been delivering a wide range of services to schools and other community settings throughout the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Services are clustered in program areas that include expanded learning, behavioral and mental health, fiscal sponsorship, healthy communities, national service, and youth workforce and re-entry.
Each year, BACR provides strengths-based, trauma-informed direct services to tens of thousands of people. We continually witness the strength and resilience of the individuals and families we serve who are often those most adversely impacted by systemic racism, poverty, and inequitable access to resources and opportunities.
During this time, the organization has remained steadfast to our mission: promoting the healthy development of individuals, families, and communities. We are grateful for the opportunity to support communities throughout the Bay Area, promoting resilience, health and justice and to our dedicated staff who serve those communities with compassion, passion, creativity and talent.
EVERYONE CAN BE GREAT BECAUSE ANYBODY CAN SERVE
- MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR -
PROGRAMS WE PROVIDE
Providing a fun and nurturing environment where students can improve and develop academic skills, interests, and personal growth.
40 Years of
People We Serve
GET INVOLVED - VOLUNTEER or JOIN OUR TEAM
You can make a difference in the lives of children and youth and their families who experience poverty, homelessness, community violence and additional risk factors that could lead to school failure and challenging family functioning.
Your donation to BACR will go towards services that directly benefit and uplift the communities we serve. Your gift can be made to support general operation of BACR or earmarked for a specific program.
A career with BACR is a commitment to giving back to your community. We are seeking dedicated individuals to join our diverse team of more than 1,000 professionals in carrying out the BACR mission.