WHY DO WE EXIST?
We exist to intervene on behalf of the people in the inner city of San Francisco.
HOW DO WE BEHAVE?
Humility - We are not above the people we serve; we are not above mopping floors.
Prayer - We pray like the persistent widow about everything.
Work Ethic - We take ownership of God's work.
Sense of Humor - God is sacred, everything else can be laughed at.
Family - We take time to include and invest in people.
WHAT'S MOST IMPORTANT RIGHT NOW?
Roll out our Capital Campaign to Launch City Impact College in partnership with Northwest University, Build the Mission Center and Multiply Community Services.
WHAT DO WE DO?
We are a non-profit organization that mobilizes people to intervene through our multiple ministries.
HOW WILL WE SUCCEED?
By ensuring every decision we make keeps our pace, benefits our people, and helps track towards our strategic plan.
WHO MUST DO WHAT?
Ministers focus on ministry. Administers focus on administration. Managers care for staff. Mobilizers include volunteers.
One early morning in 1984 after getting off the graveyard shift, Roger Huang was waiting for a tow truck in the Tenderloin. He noticed a young boy being picked on by a group of bullies. Torn between intervening to help the boy and not wanting to get involved, he drove away with a heavy heart. On the way home God laid the burden on his heart, “What if that was your son being picked on?” Roger said, "I would have intervened." God replied, "They're all the same to me." The next morning Roger and Maite made 50 sandwiches, and Roger went back to the Tenderloin to give them away to the homeless that same day. The following week he brought his wife Maite to the Tenderloin to help with the ministry, and San Francisco City Impact was born.
Today, the ministry has grown to five major departments with 11 weekly programs. Everything we do is to intervene on behalf of the people in the inner city of San Francisco.