Financial Justice Project
The Financial Justice Project assess and reform fines and fees that have an adverse disproportionate impact on low-income people and communities of color.
Office of Financial Empowerment
The Office of Financial Empowerment convenes, innovates, and advocates to strengthen the economic security and mobility of all San Franciscans.
Save for College
Kindergarten to College opens a savings account for every child entering kindergarten in the City’s public schools, putting students on a path to college from their first day of school.
Meet a Financial Coach
Smart Money Coaching provides free, confidential, one-on-one financial guidance. The program is available to anyone living, working or receiving services in San Francisco, regardless of citizenship status.
Find a Bank Account
Bank On San Francisco helps you find a safe, affordable bank account, with no overdraft or hidden fees. It doesn't matter how much money you have, if you don't have a social security number or California ID, or if you've had trouble banking in the past.
SF Lends is an initiative of the Office of the Treasurer & Tax Collector and the City Administrator’s Office that aims to connect small businesses to affordable loans and lines of credit for their day-to-day cashflow needs. These financial products may be a great fit for small businesses certified as Local Business Enterprises (LBEs) who have contracts with the city.
Guaranteed income provides direct, recurring cash assistance to individuals or households with no conditions or restrictions. Similar in concept to universal basic income (UBI), guaranteed income is targeted rather than provided to everyone in a community, and has a long history in the U.S. and internationally.