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The Urban League of Greater San Francisco Bay Area is focused on the economic empowerment, knowledge, access, and equity for African-Americans and other underserved communities. We aim to join other leaders, organizations, and corporations in the Bay Area in the development and continuation of social, financial, housing, health, and professional programs, as well as policies that enhance and improve equity. Our vision is to spearhead and promote programs and events that improve the lives and opportunities of the people we serve.

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The Urban League of Greater San Francisco Bay Area affiliate is committed to providing impactful programs and events centered around improving/elevating African Americans and other underserved communities.

We provide programs that involve mentorship, career accelerators, and fellowships for those interested in government and other career pathways. Our programs range from youth interacting with technology, celebrating women, uniting Bay Area communities to stop hate, hosting fireside chats, celebrating community leaders, and ensuring the communities we serve have equal access to financial and health wellness.

At the Urban League of Greater San Francisco Bay Area, we believe in empowerment, opportunity, and service. We develop programs and create opportunities to reach communities across nine counties. We strive to actively create a better Bay Area and assist those through a myriad of means to ensure our communities are set up for success. We aim to be strategic thought partners and creatively develop opportunities through education and job training, housing and community development, workforce development, entrepreneurship, and health.


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Founded in New York City in 1910, the National Urban League (NUL) is a historic civil rights organization dedicated to economic empowerment, equality, and social justice. The NUL strives
to enhance the standards of living for African Americans and other historically underserved groups. The NUL works with community leaders, policymakers, corporate partners, and more at the national and local levels to accomplish its vision.


The NUL has 90 affiliates that serve 300 communities in 37 states and the District of Columbia. The Urban League is a prominent leader in developing social programs, providing authoritative public policy research, and advocating for policies and services that close the equality gap. At the community level, the National Urban League and its affiliates provide direct services that improve the lives of more than two million people annually.