The Office of Community Development collaborates with the Foundation of City College of San Francisco to identify, cultivate, and assist in the solicitation of individuals, corporations, and foundations for annual and long-term financial support of College programs and projects determined to be priority areas of need.
If you are interested in making a donation to support City College of San Francisco please contact Kristin Charles, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are grateful for your interest and support!
Making a Gift to the Foundation
To learn more about the Foundation and to make a donation online or by mail, please visit the Foundation's website.
Making a Gift to the District
Ways you can donate to the District:
Donate by Check
Donate by Check
You can donate directly to City College by bringing cash or sending checks to the CCSF Bursar.
City College of San Francisco
Bursar's Office — Conlan Hall 103
50 Frida Kahlo Way. Box E103
San Francisco, CA 94112
Or you can bring your donation in person to the Bursar's Office in Conlan Hall Room 104.
Make checks payable to City College and enter for subject reference: The program or scholarship to which you are donating.
To donate time, services, materials, or funds to a particular program, you should first contact the department/program chair.
If you are considering making a financial donation, the department or program chair will need to provide you with the name and number of the fund to which you should donate.
Some departments and programs have websites with this information already clearly laid out. If not, follow these steps after getting the necessary information from the department or program chair:
Write a check payable to "XYZ Department/Program Fund" where XYZ is the name of the Department or Program.
Enter the fund name and number in the Reference portion of your check XYZ Fund #ABCDEFG.
Write a letter, giving your name, address, and intention of how you would like the funds used. Make sure to include the fund name and number again.
After receipt of funds, the Bursar will forward your letter and information to the department/program chair, who will then send you a thank you letter and acknowledgment.
All donations are tax-deductible. San Francisco Community College District is a qualified Institution of Higher Education and your donation is tax deductible under IRS code section 170 (c) and Tax Payer ID 94 1721925.
If you're CCSF faculty, staff, or student employees, you can make a one-time or recurring donation through a payroll deduction by filling out the Donation Deduction Authorization Form and submit to Payroll Office, 33 Gough Street, San Francisco, CA 94103.
NOTE: If you wish to change or cancel an existing payroll deduction, use this same process.
You can use payroll deductions to donate directly to a particular program or department. However, you have to enter the fund number and department in lieu of the code listed in the above document. Contact the department chairs or refer to their websites to get the correct fund #s.
San Francisco Community College District is a qualified Institution of Higher Education. Your donation is tax-deductible under IRS code section 170(c) and Tax PayerID 94 1721925.
Sign up with eSCRIP and every time you shop at any of the over 6,000 participating merchant locations, a percentage of your purchase will support CCSF'S High School Diploma Program. This is a great way to donate to CCSF at no cost to you.
- Go to http://www.escrip.com
- Click on Sign Up
- Enter our Group ID#
- 500025591: CCSF Child Development Program
- Child Care and Development Centers serve CCSF students -- families and their children -- and provide practicum training sites for program students.
- 500024946 -- CCSF High School Diploma Program
- Offers high school classes in specific subjects in the areas of Natural Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Humanities, English, and Mathematics.
San Francisco Community College District is a qualified Institution of Higher Education. Your donation is tax deductible under IRS code section 170(c) and Tax PayerID 94 1721925.
Soliciting Gifts on Behalf of the District
See Board Policy 8.04. Contact Kristin Charles for further information about fundraising.
Acceptance of Gifts to the District
Have you received a donation to support your students or program? The Gifts Acceptance Guidance guidelines is intended to help guide you in the steps you need to take to ensure that the donation you received is processed appropriately.