Mo’ MAGIC is a collaborative San Francisco neighborhood-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to transform the community and youth through the MAGIC of collaboration.
- Bi-Monthly Meetings
- Subcommittee Meetings
Build: Community and Capacity
- Back to school Celebration
- Black and White Ball
- Summer Learning Day
- Trainings and Workshops
“A one stop destination for information in the neighborhood.”
MAGIC was founded in 2004 by the SF Public Defender’s Office to address San Francisco communities plagued by poverty and violence. Through forming partnerships with community residents, faith based organizations, local government, nonprofit organizations, schools and other foundations, awareness and participation in the struggle for self-determination and a just community was raised.
In October 2006 the program expanded to the Fillmore/Western Addition communities, at the request and efforts of Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi. Our aim is to enrich community resources through social and educational development; to create leadership and career opportunities utilizing programs and services for youth, that also serve as early intervention activities that help to reduce juvenile crime.
The Mo’ MAGIC collaborative meets every other Thursday at the African American Art and Culture Complex. We invite members to share their ideas, concerns and suggestions on how to make the community a safer, enriching place for children and youth to develop.