Our Mission for the Mission

Rooted in the Mission and focused on San Francisco, MEDA’s mission is to strengthen low-and moderate-income Latino families by promoting economic equity and social justice through asset building and community development.

 

MEDA’S FREE Programs Can Strengthen Your Family

Welcome! This is your first step to becoming a MEDA client.

Welcome
Orientation

It’s time to decrease debt, increase income and savings, and better your credit.

Financial
Capability

Free workshops and one-on-one coaching to start or grow your small business.

Business
Development

Start or grow your small business with an Adelante Fund low-interest loan.

Community
Loan Fund

Why pay to do your taxes? Maximize your refund or get an ITIN — for free.

Free Tax
Preparation

Free job training and coaching to jumpstart your career.

Workforce
Development

Free job training that’s putting 17- to 24-year-olds on the path to an IT career — and creating a pipeline for diversity in tech.

Mission
Techies

Make being bilingual work for you. Free coaching for 18- to 34-year-olds to get a job at a bank.

Bilingual
Bank Tellers

Learn how to use a computer or use our computers for free.

Digital Opportunity
Center

Free workshops and coaching as you get ready to buy your first home, prepared to rent an apartment or stop foreclosure.

Housing
Opportunities

Affordable housing with values built in. We’ve produced or preserved 850 units so far!

Community
Real Estate

MEDA is the lead agency for Mission Promise Neighborhood. We connect families to free services in the Mission.

Mission Promise
Neighborhood

Read the latest news from San Francisco’s Mission District

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Press Release: MEDA and TNDC Awarded 2070 Bryant Affordable-Housing Development

  • On: February 16, 2017
  • By: cgil

Christopher Gil Senior Content Marketing Manager Mission Economic Development Agency (415) 282-3334 ext. 152 cgil@medasf.org FOR IMMEDI ...

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Apply at MEDA for Below-Market-Rate (BMR) Apartment Rentals at Abaca, 2660 Third Street in Dogpatch

  • On: February 14, 2017
  • By: cgil

Over a century ago, the Tubbs Cordage Company wove abaca fiber into ropes later used to build the Golden Gate Bridge. Abaca is also known as ...

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Embedding Early Care and Education Facilities into Family Housing

  • On: February 10, 2017
  • By: cgil

by Director of Community Real Estate Karoleen Feng Contributed to by Senior Project Manager Elaine Yee, Mission Promise Neighborhood Pr ...

I am so grateful to MEDA. I am positive about my family’s future once again.”
Saul Chavez, Owner, El Gran Taco Loco