Castaldo Properties is an advocate for community service in San Francisco. We believe that our success as a real estate firm is only as strong as the community we invest in. We donate proceeds from every transaction to the following organizations.

EARN breaks the cycle of poverty by matching the savings of low-wage workers and helping them invest in assets that build wealth, creating a cycle of prosperity across generations. EARN is a nationally-recognized, award-winning pioneer, engaging low-wage workers, businesses, policymakers, and other nonprofits.

Building on OLYMPIC CLUB tradition as the oldest athletic club in the country, the Olympic Club Foundation supports and encourages participation by Bay Area youth in amateur athletics. Most of the Foundation's grants target disadvantaged youth growing up in challenged neighborhoods.

REBUILDING TOEGTHER is the nation's leading nonprofit working to preserve affordable homeownership and revitalize communities. Our network of more than 200 affiliates provides free rehabilitation and critical repairs to the homes of low-income Americans.

THE SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY sets the highest possible standard for excellence in musical performance at home and around the world; Enriches, serves, and shapes cultural life throughout the spectrum of Bay Area communities; Maintains financial stability and gains public recognition as a means of ensuring its ability to fulfill its mission.

The mission of SAN FRANCISCO BALLET is to share the joy of dance with its community and around the globe and provide the highest caliber of dance training in its School. San Francisco Ballet seeks to enhance its position as one of the world%u2019s finest dance companies by through its vitality, innovation, and diversity and through its uncompromising commitment to artistic excellence based in the classic ballet tradition.

The second largest opera company in North America, SAN FRANCISCO OPERA was founded by Gaetano Merola and incorporated in 1923. The Company's first performance took place on September 26, 1923 in the City's Civic Auditorium (La Boheme, with Queena Mario and Giovanni Martinelli, conducted by Merola). Originally presented over two weeks, San Francisco Opera's season now contains approximately 75 performances of ten operas between September and July.