Here’s what the Fund worked on in 2019.
What we’re doing — and what you can do — to combat food insecurity in the Bay Area this September
Where is the large-scale, faith-based, Bay Area Jewish service organization that brings food, healthcare, shelter, social work, and spiritual care to our most vulnerable neighbors?
If you are a nonprofit leader, I encourage you to train your staff and begin planning your disaster response.
The Fund has been an early investor in HOPE SF, the ambitious initiative to rebuild public housing and improve the lives of public housing residents while creating new mixed-income neighborhoods. Pam David, the Fund’s Executive Director, serves on the public/private partnership’s steering committee, and was interviewed for a thoughtful new article in the National Journal,
The Chron ran Lois Kazakoff’s article about the Walking School Bus on November 29th. The article does a great job of describing one of the innovative programs HOPE SF has launched to address safety and increase school attendance of kids in public housing on Potrero Hill. We’re very proud how this project engages and supports resident leadership