Bring your friends, your sense of adventure, and your smartphone and be ready to have fun and support San Francisco Public Schools.
The 2nd annual citywide Tech-Savvy Scavenger Hunt is happening
Sunday, September 29.
Gather at the San Francisco Civic Center Plaza downtown at 12:00 pm to register & receive your team’s mission & your zone assignment. The team who completes the most missions correctly wins, and so do our schools.
12:00 – 12:30 pm Registration
1:00 – 1:30 pm Travel Time to Zone
1:30 – 3:30 pm Game On!
4:00 – 5:00 pm Off the Grid Food Trucks & Music at Civic Center & Prizes
“The event was fun for everyone. We trotted through the Mission looking for clues, finding ‘Secret Agents’ and challenging other teams to crazy matches when we stumbled upon them. Everyone from age five (that was us) to 65 came back to the Civic Center Plaza laughing, having had a wonderful afternoon. Live music from District 8 and yummy food (and of course prizes!) greeted us as we all picnicked on the grass outside of City Hall. I encourage you to tell your friends, families, hipster connections, etc. to come join us! You didn't have to have a kid to have a blast. It was a great day for a great cause." Laura S.
When & Where
edMatch is a local, grassroots organization run by parents of public school students building community partnerships to generate additional revenue for San Francisco’s public schools and challenging corporations and private philanthropists to “match” funds raised by parent organizations. edMatch's ultimate goal is to distribute matching funds to all the City’s 114 public schools on an equal, per-student basis, while also sharing best practices and strategies for success. Each school then decides locally how to use those funds to achieve the greatest positive impact on student achievement.