Making San Francisco a Better Place

San Francisco touristEach and every person should consider making improvements to San Francisco.

Help a tourist.

We all see tourists lingering close to the driver in the bus while counting their change trying so hard to avoid falling when the bus lurches forward, or when they keep checking their maps at every corner looking all confused and blank. Offer them help instead of just walking past them with your head phones on. Tourist are important to a instead of ignoring the tourists welcome and appreciate them. Take it as a compliment that people travel to come see San Francisco. Offer to take them to your favorite local joints and show the tourist around.

Foster pets.

Apart from the widely known dog and cat adoption programs there are plenty more programs that search for people who could house animals. While the pets are waiting for their forever home, SPCA came up with various foster programs that people can choose from. You can either decide to foster the animal for some time until the animal is adopted or participate in hospice programs that are meant for supporting pets that are too young to be adopted.

Giving up a seat on the bus.

There are various ethics we are taught in the community for example in a bus and the wheels are running and you have a seat while a person older than you, a pregnant woman or a person that is physically challenged is standing next to you, it is only ethical to give them a seat and stand instead. But also consider just giving anyone a seat just as an act of kindness. Stand and make the other person also enjoy the ride.


This is basic common sense. Recycling is an affordable and easier way to make sure San Francisco is a better city. Avoid littering the city instead use the trash cans and encourage others to do the same. If you came across litter around the city don’t just pass it pick it up and throw it in the trash an example to the rest.


Make sure you walk around the city smiling even at complete strangers. Avoid long stern faces, whether the strangers smile back or not it doesn’t matter, what matters is one person will smile back. Also people living in the streets always spare some change for the reason someone does not sleep on an empty the reason somebody else is smiling. Don’t forget to volunteer also in the city’s events to help others. If you are planning to visit San Francisco City then make sure you read seven ways to make San Francisco a better place and enjoy your time.