"Juma Ventures is one of the most cost-effective programs in the city and has a strong, positive influence on the lives of its youth participants."
City of San Francisco, Department of Children, Youth, and Their Families

Anyone can dream. But it’s the financial and advisory support of organizations and institutions that make dreams real. Since its inception, Juma has counted the nation’s most prominent and well-respected foundations, corporations, and government agencies among its many supporters.

Below is a partial list of the partners who have helped transform the promise of Juma’s mission into the proof of empowered college graduates.

CORPORATE & FOUNDATION PARTNERS

(January 2012 - December 2012)

$100,000+

$50,000+ 

$25,000+

$10,000+

$5,000+

$1,000+

GIFTS IN-KIND

(January 2012 - December 2012)

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

(January 2012 - December 2012)

Youth Services Community Partners
10,000 Degrees
Aim High
Arriba Juntos
Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center
Bottom Line
Boys and Girls Club
California Academy of Sciences
Children's Aid Society
City University of New York (CUNY)
College Track
Community Boards
Destiny Arts
East Oakland Youth Development Center
Edgewood Center for Children & Families
Episcopal Community Services
Excelsior Family Connections
Excelsior Action Group
First Place For Youth
Harlem Children's Zone
Huckleberry CARC
Independent Living Skills Program (ILSP)
Jobs for Youth
Kids First
Mind Body Awareness Project
San Diego Food Bank
San Diego Housing Commission
San Francisco Beacon Centers
San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission
School of Unity and Liberation (SOUL)
Upward Bound USF
Youth Speaks
Youth Together
Youth Uprising
Youth Leadership Institute

Policy and Advocacy Partners
Asset Policy Institute of California (APIC)
California School Age Consortium (CalSac)
Community Network for Youth
Development (CNYD)
Corporation for Enterprise
Development (CFED)
National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
National Youth Employment Coalition (NYEC)
Neighborworks America
New America Foundation
San Francisco Youth Employment Coalition (SFYEC)
Social Enterprise Alliance (SEA)
Teachers for Social Justice

Assets Services
Assets Alliance
BAYCAT
BUILD
California Connected by 25
CARC
CHALK
Center for Young Women's Development
Citibank
City Youth Now
CollegeWorks
Community Educational Services
Covenant House
EARN
EBALDC
Embarcadero YMCA
EOYDC
Girl Scouts
GirlSource
Hamilton Recreation Center
HIFY
Homey
Legal Services for Children
Merrill Lynch
Making Connections Oakland
MEDA
Mission Housing Development Corporation
NFTE
Oasis for Girls
Patelco
Richmond Village Beacon
SFUSD Afterschool program
SOMCAN
St. Johns Educational Thresholds Center
United Playaz
University of California at Berkeley
SAGE
Women's Initiative
Youth Cares
Young Entrepreneurs at Haas (YEAH)