Community Support

For 30 years, TMASF Connects has worked continuously to promote strategies to help build a less congested and more competitively employed local workforce. Due to critical disruptions caused by COVID-19, our efforts have expanded to include even more reliance and promotion of community resources. We remain committed to supporting life-long learning, workforce preparedness and promotion of alternative commute choices. As we continue our work, it is apparent that the scope of needs in San Francisco is rapidly outpacing solutions.

We want to help our community partners by bringing these causes to your attention. This page lists organizations that are actively seeking assistance with either financial donations, mentoring and tutoring for underrepresented children, or offering assistance to help provide meals to San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) students. We hope that it can help facilitate matching needs to resources.

We would like to affirm that TMASF Connects is not fundraising.

We hope that anyone who has a desire to help will find this information to be helpful. We will be adding new announcements to help work with our community partners.

As we make our way towards the holidays, many of your teams may be thinking of how to give back and support tenant and community relations. Two incredible member buildings, the Tishman Speyer team at 333 Bush and another member building who would wish to remain anonymous, have donated backpacks and monetary funds to local organizations in support of the community. TMASF Connects has researched and refined the list of organizations below for you and your team’s consideration in determining community partners that still need support:


San Francisco Education Fund – Volunteer to do online tutoring or classroom support at SFUSD.

SF Gov COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund

Spark* SF Public Schools: A nonprofit SFUSD partner focusing on a variety of initiatives including distributing meals for schoolchildren and closing the digital divide.

St. Anthony’s: Supporting San Franciscans with meals and clothing

SupplyHopeInfo: A student driven initiative to distribute school supplies to local, low-income students

Family Giving Tree: In partnership with NBC Bay Area and Telemundo 48, this back-to-school drive aims to support local, low-income students with backpacks and school supplies



SF-Marin Food Bank

Second Harvest: A food bank focusing on the Greater Bay Area (primarily Santa Clara and San Mateo counties)

No Kid Hungry: A national campaign to end childhood hunger