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.
OUR VISION 20/20
MEDA’s “Big Picture” sees our community at its strongest possible state: housed, financially thriving, educated and activated. Help us lay the foundation for a strong and robust future in 2020 by investing in our Mission families. Donate toward MEDA’s “Vision 20/20” campaign today.
MEDA’S FREE Programs Build Family Wealth
¡Bienvenidos! This orientation is your first step to becoming a MEDA client — and building family wealth.
Affordable housing is for ALL San Franciscans. We’ve produced or preserved ~1,200 affordable units so far.
Free workshops and coaching as you get ready to buy your first home or prepare to rent a below-market-rate (BMR) apartment.
It’s time to decrease debt, increase income and savings, and better your credit. MEDA can coach you — for free.
Why pay to have your taxes prepared? Maximize your refund or get an ITIN — for free.
Free workshops and one-on-one coaching to start or expand your small business.
Can’t get a loan at a traditional bank? Start or grow your small business with a Fondo Adelante low-interest loan from MEDA.
Mock interviews. Help with your resume. Making connections. We offer free training and coaching so you can land a good job.
Job training to become a San Francisco office administration or financial professional in just seven weeks.
Free job training that’s putting those ages 16 and up on the path to a career — and creating a pipeline for diversity in tech.
Stop by and use MEDA’s computer lab for free.
MEDA is the lead agency for Mission Promise Neighborhood — a community of 20+ partners that connects families to free services in the Mission.
The latest news from San Francisco’s Mission District
- January 17, 2020
Photo: MEDA’s Andrea Gomez holds an inspirational MLK quote. The late Martin Luther King Jr.’s values were consistent with MEDA’s ...
- January 16, 2020
When nonprofit MEDA opened its doors in a small space in San Francisco’s Mission District way back in 1973, there was a sole purpose: stre ...
- January 14, 2020
by MEDA’s Marcail Distante In addition to catching yourself scratching out “19” on different forms, papers and documents, 2020 comes w ...
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