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Throughout the year we gather our community in celebrations of all kinds. Whether you are a long-time member of our family or just getting to know us, you are invited. Come be inspired, entertained, and energized.

Questions? Contact Mark Hernandez, Director of Philanthropy,
at 415-653-9596 or



Success Centers Has Talent!

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

We are skilled at working in the community, but did you know that many of us are also accomplished artists and performers? At Success Centers’ first-ever talent show, our hard-working staff members demonstrated personal talents perfect for getting you in the holiday mood. See them as you’ve never seen them before in a fun and entertaining program that included:

-Musical performances by Jamie Brewster and Bryan Nashed
-A live play reading by Carlos Aguirre and Siobhan Doherty
-A live spoken word piece by Andra Gadson
-An original music video by G. Mark Griffin and Aareus Ashford
-Original music by Sam
-A drawing tutorial by Dawood Marion
-A music remix by George Waskey
-A mini dance lesson by Crystal Murillo
-A Shakespearean soliloquy recited by Mark Hernandez



Of the Community, By the Community, For the Community!

Thursday, October 8, 2020

7 PM to 7:45 PM

Relive our free 45-minute virtual celebration. Our CEO, Liz Jackson-Simpson, led a TED Talk-style evening (we call it a LIZ Talk) with three distinguished Success Centers alums who have gone on to become shining lights in the community: Utopia Hammond (pictured), Larry Jones, and Shanell Williams.


  • Remarkable, real-world stories of what Success Centers means to individuals and communities
  • A show-and-tell on what we’ve been up to in recent months
  • special video that sums up Success Centers in one word
  • Musical performances by local artists



Share Community, Get Inspired!

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

7 PM to 7:45 PM


Re-live this 45-minute virtual celebration of community. Our CEO, Liz Jackson-Simpson, shared the secret sauce of Success Centers, shining a light on our work with people living in difficult circumstances. The program included:

  • An insider’s look at where we are during this time of national conscious raising
  • A play written by an incarcerated young person performed by professional actors
  • A real-time demonstration of our hip-hop therapy program
  • An update on what we have accomplished during the quarantine (prepare to be amazed)
  • A surprise or two