Vote Now for Your Favorite San Francisco Charity: Top 7 Finalists

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It's the most wonderful time of the year—time to select San Francisco's favorite charity, as part of our annual contest. We asked readers to vote for their most beloved nonprofits, and this year's numbers were record breaking. But seven charities rose to the top. Each finalist works tirelessly to make the Bay Area a better, brighter place. 


To thank these important organizations for their amazing dedication, six of the seven finalists will receive a donation from the Pacific Gas & Electric Company. The one that receives the most votes of all will take home a cool $10,000 to help further their mission. Happy holidays, indeed!

Read about how these awesome charities are helping San Francisco below. Then, click to vote at the bottom of the page. The final round ends on November 26th, so get your vote on!

UPDATE: VOTING HAS NOW ENDED

Variety Children's Charity of Northern California

Variety is dedicated to delivering life-enriching services and much-needed funds to build better futures for the children of Northern California.

Minds Matter of San Francisco

Tranforming the lives of accomplished high school students from low-income families, Minds Matter helps broaden their dreams and prepare them for college success.

Street Soccer Bay Area

Street Soccer USA is sports for social change. Their mission is to improve health, education, and employment outcomes for the most disadvantaged Americans by using sports to transfer the skills necessary so that they can achieve these outcomes for themselves.

JCYC College Access Programs

JCYC provides culturally competent, comprehensive college preparation, information, and assistance targeting multicultural students of low-income who are the first of their family to enroll in college.

Blind Babies Foundation

Blind Babies Founation provides critical early intervention and education services to infants and preschoolers who are blind or visually impaired.

Upwardly Global

Upwardly Global provides customized training and support to find and secure skill appropriate opportunities and achieve full economic potential in the U.S.

The Bread Project

The Bread Project empowers individuals with limited resources on their path to self-sufficiency through skills instruction, on-the-job training, and assistance with establishing a career in the food service industry.

UPDATE: VOTING HAS NOW ENDED

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