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.
Would you be interested in supporting our work?
MEDA’S FREE Programs Can Strengthen Your Family
¡Bienvenidos! This orientation is your first step to becoming a MEDA client — and strengthening your family.
Affordable housing is for ALL San Franciscans. We’ve produced or preserved 1,000+ units so far.
Free workshops and coaching as you get ready to buy your first home, stop foreclosure 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 grow your small business.
Can’t get a loan at a traditional bank? Start or grow your small business with an Adelante Fund 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.
Free job training that’s putting those 17 and up on the path to an IT career — and creating a pipeline for diversity in tech.
Learn how to use a computer, whether you are at a basic or intermediate level. Or just stop by and use our 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.
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