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Who we are

Habitat Young Professionals (HYP) is a group of young professionals, age 21-40, from a variety of industries that have come together to build the next generation of supporters and leaders for Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco.

HYP believes Greater San Francisco should be a place where all working families can thrive as successful homeowners. 

Two Levels of Membership

All Access Member  
Annual fee of $200    

Associate Member
Annual fee of $75

Click HERE to sign up!

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Upcoming Events

November 2017

November 3 Framing the Future breakfast 7:30am - 9:30am Sharon Heights Country Club,
Menlo Park

Email to volunteer
Purchase tix here

November 3 Framing the Future luncheon 11:30am - 1:30pm Julia Morgan Ballroom,
San Francisco

Email to volunteer
Purchase tix here



December 2017

December 1 Last Happy Hour of 2017 6:00pm - 9:00pm Soda Popinski's, 1548 California St.

HYP board members will be guest bartending. All tips go to Habitat Greater San Francisco!

December 14 Holiday Shopping Event! 6:00pm - 8:30pm Sports Basement, 1590 Bryant St.

Mention HabitatGSF at the register and get 20% and 20% of your total donated to Habitat!

what we do

HYP member have the opportunity to take part in monthly gathering to plan and execute initiatives that support Habitat Greater San Francisco's mission.  As a member, you will:

  • Plan and attend major fundraising events like High Stakes for Habitat and Framing the Future

  • Participate in monthly build days and park clean-ups

  • Work with staff and board members on strategic initiatives for Habitat Greater San Francisco

  • Expand your network by working with fellow young leaders of varying professional backgrounds

  • Make a positive impact on the housing issues and policy in the Greater San Francisco area