Community Partnerships

Score! events are fundraisers for our favorite non-profit organizations.



Project Commotion

Community space offering early childhood development programs, cultural events, movement classes and family resources. 

SF Tenants Union

Providing free tenant counseling, lobbying, and organizing for San Francisco residents since 1970.

Precita eyes

Founded in 1977 by Susan and Luis Cervantes, Precita Eyes is committed to enriching and beautifying urban environments through art programs and community murals. 


Founded in 1969, Centro Legal de la Raza is a comprehensive legal services agency protecting and advancing the rights of immigrant, low-income, and Latino communities through bilingual legal representation, education, and advocacy.





Hack the Hood is a unique program that trains and mentors low-income youth of color in tech and web development and then deploys them to construct mobile-friendly websites for local businesses. 

"When youth in our program build a website for a small business, they are not only gaining valuable tech skills that can immediately increase their earning potential," said co-director Susan Mernit, "they are also helping struggling business owners reach more customers, and helping people in low income neighborhoods find the goods and services they need locally, so their money supports jobs close to home.  This is the kind of virtuous circle that can be a real game changer for communities that have previously been shut out of the digital economy."

Proceeds from Score! tickets and totebags on August 21st will support their programs.

Can't come to the event? Our partner [blank]shoppe is donating 10% of all online shop sales from Aug 14 - 21st.



Provides health services, employment opportunities housing and education for homeless, runaway, and at-risk youth.


Friends of the SF Independent Living Skills Program

Raises money to help Bay Area foster youth transition to college.


Founded in 1979, CUAV serves LGBTQQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning) communities through support groups, peer counseling, anti-violence initiatives and leadership development.

Surf For Life

Surf For Life matches surf teams with community service opportunities in coastal communities. Current projects include flood-resistant bridges in El Salvador, a sustainable high school in Nicaragua, and Hurricane Sandy Relief on the east coast.

City Harvest

City Harvest helps feed the more than one million New Yorkers that face hunger each year by collecting excess food from restaurants, grocers, corporate cafeterias, manufacturers, farms, etc, and delivering it to nearly 600 community food programs throughout the city.

826 Valencia

Founded in 2002 by author Dave Eggers, 826 Valencia supports students ages 6-18 with their writing skills through one-on-one tutoring programs, classroom initiatives, and publishing projects.

Dress For Success

Provides interview suits, confidence boosts, and career development to low-income women in over 75 cities worldwide.

Global Inheritance

Re-inventing youth activism by using art, music and experiential learning to educate millenials about sustainability.


Founded in 1984 by a group of surfers to protest environmental threats to their local beach. Currently there are over 80 chapters worldwide running grassroots campaigns to address water quality, beach access, preservation and protection of coastal ecosystems.