Bayview Mission is a Special Mission of the Episcopal Diocese of California with strong support from Grace Cathedral. It provides much needed services, food and supplies to residents of the Bayview/Hunters Point neighborhoods.
About Bayview Mission
Where is it?
Bayview Mission is housed on a residential block in a Victorian home at 1547 Jerrold Avenue in San Francisco. We are easily accessible on public transportation including the SF Muni T Line (stop is Third Street/Kirkwood/LaSalle).
When is it?
Bayview Mission is currently open every Monday in continued service to local residents in need until the crisis is over.
On Mondays from 9 – 11 am, we will fill bags with food, diapers, toiletries and other supplies (as available) for our families with infants and toddlers in addition to seniors.
How do I get involved?
For those who wish to donate, we are accepting:
Recycled grocery bags
Gently used, clean clothing
Gently used, clean towels
Please note: if you are 65 years of age or older, or living with any underlying chronic health conditions, you will not be able to volunteer until the shelter-in-place mandate is lifted or further instruction is given by our government.
Let’s work together as a community to stay safe and healthy.
What if I don’t have time to volunteer?
We gratefully accept donations via cash, check, clothing and household items to support our work.
- To donate high end designer clothing, please email Martha Stabler.
- Donate gently used clothing/household items to Community Thrift. At Community Thrift, be sure to specify that your donation is for Bayview Mission – Account #146. Drop off location, times and acceptable merchandise can be found here or by calling 415-861-4910.
- Checks may be made out to “Bayview Mission” and sent to Grace Cathedral Attn: Rev. Cn. Nina Pickerrell, 1100 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94108.
- You may also donate online. Please select “Bayview Mission” in the dropdown menu.