San Francisco Community Service & Philanthropy

At Zephyr, we’re not afraid to break a sweat. We take a hands-on approach to community building by volunteering time, raising funds, donating money, and digging in with hard work. Whether delivering meals each week to homebound people through Project Open Hand, helping the elderly with home repairs, walking or riding to raise money for health-related organizations, donating directly from our commissions to support our local public schools, or donating over $1 Million to various organizations in recent years, all of our agents and managers are proud to actively contribute to our community.

At Zephyr, we are proud to support:

edMatch Featured Charity
Funding for public schools continues to suffer in California with closures, layoffs and programs cuts happening more each year. EdMatch engages local businesses to commit to the cause of funding public education and improving education for all. Zephyr established a unique arrangement with EdMatch to donate 10% of gross commissions from any new closed transaction that results from business referred to us through their program. This can result in significant additional funding for our San Francisco public schools without any additional cost to our clients. Watch our video on this page to learn more. To find an EdMatch participating agent, click here.

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Abada Capoeira
Accountability Counsel
AIDS Emergency Fund
AIDS Lifecycle
Alta Vista School
Alzheimer's Association
American Red Cross
Art for AIDS
At the Crossroads
Avon Foundation for Women
Avon Walk for Breast Cancer
Bayview Opera House
Berkeley YMCA
Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center
BHP Community Legal
Black Jaguar White Tiger
Breast Cancer Emergency Fund
Castro Community Benefit District
Challenge Day
Chicana Latina Foundation of Nor Cal
Chico State Fund
Chinatown YMCA
Chinese American Int'l School
Clinic by the Bay
Commodore Sloat School PCO
Community Initiatives
Congregation Sha'ar Zahav
CRH Foundation
Daniel Webster PTC
Development in Gardening
Entire Productions
Family House
First Place for Youth
French American Int'l School
Friends of Harvey Milk
Friends of Noe Valley
Friends of SOTA
Galileo PTSA
Girl Ventures, Inc.
Glide Memorial Church
Golden Bridges School
Good Samaritan
Grattan Elementary School PTA
Habitat for Humanity
Hamilton Family Center
Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy
Heifer International
Holy Family Day Home
Home Away
Home for a Home
Homeownership SF
James Lick Middle School PTSA
Jemez Helping Hands
Jesuit Institute for Family Life
Jewish Home of SF
Jim Randolph Memorial Fund
Larkin Street Youth Services
Leukemia and Lymphona Society
McKinley Elementary School
Meritus College Fund
Mill Valley Little League
Mission Dance
Museum of the African Diaspora
Myotonic Dystrophy Foundation
National Center for Youth
National Organization of Women
Nature in the City
Network for Good
Nihonmachi Little Friends
Noe Valley Merchants Association
Open House
Pacifica Tigersharks
Pancreatic Cancer Action
Paros Foundation
Partners in Health
Phoebe Hearst Preschool
Pie Ranch
Plan C
Planned Parenthood
Polycystic Kidney Disease
Positive Option Family Service
Project Open Hand
Razoo Foundation
Residential Builders Association
Richmond District YMCA
Rozelle Strong Foundation
SF AIDS Foundation
SF Arts Commission
SF Baykeeper
SF Child Abuse Prevention Center
SF Deputy Sheriff's Foundation
SF Food Bank
SF Friends School
SF LGBT Center
SF Organizing Project
SF Parks Alliance
SF School
SF School Alliance
SF School of the Arts
SF Suicide Prevention
SF University High School
Saint Brendan Men's Club
Saint John Armenian Church
Saint Tomas the Apostle
Saint Vincent De Paul
Salesian Boys and Girls Club
Sierra Club
Soroptimist International S.F.
Special Olympics Nor Cal
Stepping Stone
Sunset Neighborhood Beacon Center
Super Stars Literacy
Synergy School
Team in Training
The Outdoor Art Club
The Royal Alexandra Hospital
The Teacher Salary Project
The Victorian Alliance of SF
Weave, Inc.
West Portal Parents Club
Wild Care
Woman Inc.
Women's Council of Realtors
Youth Art Exchange


Committed to Community

Supporting our community isn’t something we do once a year; we do it everyday. See what our company and our agents have been up to in our ongoing support of our neighborhoods, youth and education, health services and research, human rights and more.