Educating children. Empowering families. Enriching community.

Children, families, and community

We serve working Bay Area families from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds. Every year we serve 154 children, ages 3 months to 5 years, and their families, by providing them with high quality early childhood education and family support services.

Student and Family Population

  • 70% of our families receive subsidized education
  • 31% of our families earn less than $25,000 per year and 34% earn less than $57,000
  • We serve the highest number of homeless families compared to similar facilities in San Francisco
  • 20% of our families come from the homeless shelter system
  • 33% of our families fall below the state poverty threshold
  • 2015-2016 diversity breakdown:

36% Latino/Hispanic
30% White/Caucasian
15% Multi-racial
4% Asian
3% African American
2% Other Ethnic Minority
2% Native American/Pacific Islander
8% Undetermined


Through our programs and services, we send our children on to the next steps of their educational careers with the tools and skills needed to be successful leaders in their classrooms and beyond. We also ensure that the families have the resources and opportunities necessary to fulfill their own goals and contribute at a higher level to the community.

Breaking the Cycle of Poverty

cycle1Holy Family Day Home seeks to break the cycle of poverty for families by providing quality education, opportunities for success and an environment of nurturing and hope.