We are grateful for the support given by our community partners and individual donors. Countless people have dedicated their time, expertise, supplies, and even money to our organization. We hope you can join us too!




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The Jimenez Family

The Inez Family

Kirstie and David Dutton

Kenneth Atienza

Samson Wong

Pamela Balls-Organista

Manuel B. Dumaup

Jay Xu

Peter Coen

Hoan Khai Ngo

Ontario D. Smith

Bianca C. Paraguya

Pamela J. Pastrana

Kevin Daugherty

Deborah L. Clearwaters

John Gobok

Janan M. New

Claire P. Carlevaro

Richard Hashimoto

Glenn and Lori Shannon

Heather Clendenin

Helen M. Daniels

Diane R. Green

William Wong

Timothy Dews

Bruce Agid

Charles Bronson

Anthony Luna

Matthew Delen Fitzsimmons

Raymond A. Buenaventura

Coreen S. Salamanca

Jaime and Cecile Ascalon

Sally Sorreda Dumaup

Benny B. Menor

Mona Lisa Yuchengco

Cora M. Tellez

Daciano Lamparas

David Y. Lei

Meryl F. Bailey

Tracy Sarmiento

Julie D. Soo

Archimedes Dayan

Joseph M. Cowan

Tony Robles

Boo Chanco

Rodel and Edna Rodis

Ron Quesada

Alan and Sondra Bishop

Jim Maliski and Associates


SoMa Youth Collaborative


West Bay is a part of the SoMa Youth Collaborative (SYC), a collaborative of three youth organizations in SoMa’s Youth and Family Zone that have collectively served SoMa for more than 50 years – West Bay, United Playaz, and City Crossroads. SYC’s mission is to instill protective and supportive factors in order to direct youth away from the influences that sustain risky and criminal behaviors and toward strengthening their skills to become agents of change for themselves, their families, and in their schools and communities. SYC serves more than 300 children and their families each year. This partnership provides the SoMa community with a full spectrum of services including academic enrichment, life skills training, workforce development, civic engagement, art and cultural activities, and sports and recreational activities. SYC also works to bridge the gap between local service providers and Bessie Carmichael Elementary School with the thriving business community in SoMa.

Learn more about United Playaz

Learn more about City Crossroads


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