Our Partners

Anchor Partners are vendors or service providers who are responsible for outreach, recruitment and coordination of vendors or service providers in the Village neighborhoods: Health & Wellness, Food & Agriculture, Arts & Culture, Youth/Future Zone, and Local Shops. They participate in program design and vendor curation, marketing and promotion, and operations on the day of the event, and are committed to the mission and intention of the Village.

Sponsors/Funders are public or private organizations that are looking to expand their impact in low-income communities of color through the fiscal sponsorship of a neighborhood in the Village or the entire Pop-Up Village.

Designing Justice + Designing Spaces

Designing Justice + Designing Spaces engages communities in the design and development of new buildings, spaces, and tools to attack the root causes of mass incarceration and create new prototypes such as peacemaking centers, transitional housing, and mobile villages. Together we can harness the power of the built environment to support the success and expansion of restorative justice, education, and workforce development programs instead of imprisonment.


Butterfly Movement

In order to change the world, we must embody the transformation we want to see, both internally and externally.

The Butterfly Movement is committed to Reframing, Reconnecting, Regenerating and Reactivating women and girls as they Rebuild their personal and land ecology all over the planet.

The Butterfly Movement is pollinating the planet Soul to Seed to Soil!


San Francisco Respect Initiative (SFRi)

The SF Respect Initiative, supported by the UCSF Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, aims to improve pregnancy care access, experience and outcomes for SF communities that face the most barriers. As a Health & Wellness Anchor Partner, they will help coordinate multiple SF institutions and community organizations to deliver their services through the Pop-Up model so that pregnant people can conveniently access multiple services at one time and place, in a healing, safe, and community-focused environment.


Green Streets

Green Streets is a community owned and operated green business. We manage recycling and composting; educate our neighbors on how to reduce waste; and provide integrated janitorial services, event operations, and zero-waste events.



KaSelah Crockett is an Oakland native committed to her community. She has directed Intensive and Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care programs providing trauma informed mental health care across eight counties. KaSelah served as an educator in the Criminal Injustice System for incarcerated youth and adults while also acting as Lead Instructor for community based programs. She is the founder and director of KaCierge, a networking and consulting business providing services to local community based organizations.


Mandela Grocery Cooperative

Unlike traditional supermarkets, our worker owned grocery store prioritizes improving the health and well being of our workers and community members, while redefining our local economy and sharing the surplus. Our co-op is open to the public, no membership is required to access the healthy food we carry.


Rally Up Music

Rally Up Music is an Oakland based record label and entertainment company. Specializing in Reggae, Afrobeats and Hip Hop. The aim of the label is to bring positive energy and messages to the airwaves and dance floors alike. Rally Up Music seeks to build with like minded entities that are focused on sustainable solutions for communities in need.


Rafiki Coalition

Our goal is to improve people’s lives by reducing health inequities that impact the Black/African American community and other under-served groups in San Francisco, and provide opportunities for wellness.

We provide a safe, supportive environment where people can find a path to wellness by understanding their health issues, becoming more physically active, and eating a healthy diet.


100% College Prep

100% College Prep provides academic resources for middle and high school students from San Francisco’s underserved communities, with a particular emphasis on youth residing in the Bayview/Hunters Point. Each year, we inspire hundreds of young people who might not otherwise consider college to set and achieve high academic goals and go on to earn postsecondary degrees.


Both Sides of the Conversation

We hope to strengthen Black and Brown families and communities through impactful dialogue. Our mission is to provide resources that promote financial and emotional wellness, and empower the Black and Brown community to become economically self-sufficient.


Become a Partner

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