Theme: Bringing Hope

The focus for the second year of the social justice program is “Bringing Hope.” Tenth-grade students are expected to complete a minimum of 15 hours during their sophomore year.

7 hours due November 30,2018
8 hours due April 27, 2019

The mandatory hours must be done in any of the pre-approved sites found below.

APPROVED ORGANIZATIONS/AGENCIES/INSTITUTIONS

FAMILY EMERGENCY SHELTER COALITION (FESCO)

(510) 581-3223
22245 Main Street Suite 104
Hayward,CA 94541

TRI-CITY HOMELESS COALITION-SUNRISE VILLAGE- FREMONT,CA

(510)252-0910
CONTACT: JEAN MORGAN

FCSN- FRIENDS OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

(510) 739-6900
2300 PERALTA BLVD.
FREMONT, CA 94536
CONTACT: TIFFANY TSAI
FCSNAFTERSCHOOL@YAHOO.COM

THE KIDS BREAKFAST CLUB

22542 SECOND STREET
HAYWARD,CA 9454
WWW.TKBC.ORG

ALMA VIA OF UNION CITY

(510) 400-7250
ALVARADO NILES RD.
UNION CITY, CA

FAMILY EMERGENCY SHELTER COALITION (FESCO) BANYAN HOUSE

(510) 538-0321
21568 BANYAN ST.
HAYWARD, CA 94541

ST. ANTHONY FOUNDATION – SAN FRANCISCO

(415) 241-2600
GOLDEN GATE AVE
SAN FRANCISCO,CA 91402

DINING ROOM
(415) 592-2726

CLOTHING & HOUSEWARES PROGRAM
(415) 592-2826

LEARNING CENTER
(415) 529-2766

MADONNA RESIDENCE
(415) 592-2864

NOTE: Students can participate in our Alternative Spring Break program, and those hours will count toward their service requirement. Please contact Ann Khristine Tabora, Director of Campus Ministry (510) 881-4300.

OTHER CHOICES: Many churches organize efforts to build homes in other countries (ex. Baja Christian Ministries, where students go across the border during Spring Break to build homes for the poor). Students wishing to participate in such a program offered by their church, need to have those hours approved. Please contact Jerico Abanico, HCSJ Coordinator (510) 881-4321.