Project Zeeni



Free for youth to attend

September 21st - Tech Hike & Beach Bonfire (In Partnership with Success Centers SF)

Sign-Up! Bring a Friend! | @Marin Headlands & Muir Beach, Transportation Provided from SF | 3pm - 8pm




August 2nd - Shoe Design Workshop

Sign-up Closed | @ (San Francisco) | 5pm - 8pm

August 9th - Mexican Cooking Class & Family Dinner

Sign-up closed | @ Kitava (San Francisco) | 3 pm - 6 pm


August 24th - Group Fitness Training Outdoors

Sign-up closed | Golden Gate Park (San Francisco) | 11 am - 1 pm


Our Purpose

We are a youth wellness organization.

We are building a platform to help organize and attend community-led wellness experiences for marginalized youth.

We apply evidence-based science from adolescent medicine and youth development to promote wellness, social connection, and purpose. 

Our Mission

Our mission is to create a future in which no youth are delinquent. A future where youth are no longer compelled to commit status and criminal offenses and where youth with non-traditional education and employment journeys are valued and respected.

Who is Project Zeeni For?

We are dedicated to teens and young adults who have high barriers to traditional school and work pathways. We serve 16-24 year-olds who are receiving or in need of education, employment, or social service supports.

How does Project Zeeni support other organizations?

Our goal is to work with youth organizations to support and extend programming. We want to help organizations achieve existing desired outcomes by measurably improving the mental health of their participants.

About the Founder

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Michael Fu is a Stanford trained physician and has spent the last nine years advocating for marginalized youth, particularly young men and women of color from low-income communities. He is a former middle school teacher and graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He has created youth programs in social entrepreneurship, workforce development, mental health education, mindfulness, and violence prevention. He was most recently a Strategy Fellow at Hopelab where he led the development of an evidence-based positive psychology chatbot for adolescent and young adult cancer survivors.

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