Tacolicious School Project
Since 2012, Tacolicious has made public education its priority, investing back into the Bay Area community through the Tacolicious School Project. For Tacolicious owners Joe Hargrave and Sara Deseran, this mission is personal. Since the start, their children have attended San Francisco public schools (they are currently at James Lick and Mission High), thus Joe and Sara are well aware of how much financial assistance public schools here need.
From September to May, each of our San Francisco Tacolicious locations pairs up with a neighboring public school, donating 15 percent of a month’s worth of Monday’s proceeds to it. We encourage both schools and the outside community to participate. Through this program, Tacolicious has an annual alliance with 27 public schools. Help us reach our goal to hit the $1 million mark this year!
If you have questions or inquiries about the Tacolicious School Project, please contact email@example.com.
Funds Raised to Date
Upcoming schools: 2016-17
|Marina||Mission||North Beach||Santana Row|
|Feb||Public Montessori||Buena Vista Horace Mann Elementary||Redding
|Mar||Creative Arts Charter||Cesar Chavez Elementary||Gordon Lau Elementary||Washington Open Elementary|
|James Lick Middle||Wallenberg High||Del Mar High|
Tacolicious School Project Beneficiary Schools:
San Francisco – Buena Vista Horace Mann, Cesar Chavez Elementary, Claire Lilienthal Alternative School, Cobb Elementary, Creative Arts Center, Fairmount Elementary, Francisco Middle School, Galileo High School, Garfield Elementary, Gateway High School, Gordon J Lau Elementary, Harvey Milk Elementary, James Lick Middle, Jean Parker Elementary, KIPP San Francisco Bay Academy, McKinley Elementary, Mission High School, Moscone Elementary, Public Montessori, Redding Elementary, Raoul Wallenberg High School, Rosa Parks Elementary, Sherman Elementary, Spring Valley Elementary, Yick Wo Elementary