Huckleberry’s 2020 Annual Report is here! Take a look at how our amazing staff has pivoted during the COVID-19 pandemic to provide youth and families in the Bay Area with ESSENTIAL services.
San Francisco is set to become the first major city in the U.S. to close its juvenile detention center at the end of 2021. What does this closure mean for our youth and the community at large? Huckleberry’s Community Assessment & Resource Center (CARC) has been at the forefront of juvenile justice reform in San Francisco […]
Turn your living room into a tasting room with Huckleberry Youth Programs and Sonoma County-based In Good Taste Wines on Thursday, May 6 at 6:00 pm. Sit back, sip, and relax from the comfort of your home while an In Good Taste wine expert guides you through a fun interactive tasting. Every sip during this […]
Huckleberry Youth Programs is excited to share with you the new name for our program, formerly know as Huckleberry Wellness Academy. Get ready for it! Our college access and career readiness program will now be known as Huckleberry ACE (Access to College Equity) Academy. “With programming that reinforces educational equities, Huckleberry ACE is proud to […]
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: You can view our RISE UP FOR YOUTH & FAMILY RIGHTS event at www.riseupforhuckleberry.com Hear stories directly from those who have benefited from our programming for that last half century. If you’re moved by what you hear, consider a 100% tax-deductible donation. Redwood Credit Union is generously matching up to […]
Huckleberry’s Community Assessment & Resource Center (CARC) was featured in Hoodline’s article In a San Francisco with less police spending, youth programs could be a vision of the future. This piece demonstrates the effectiveness of diversion programs like Huckleberry’s Community Assessment & Resource Center (CARC). “Operating chiefly in communities of color — Bayview, Hunters Point, […]