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Find Out How DCYF Serves San Francisco

Find Out How DCYF Serves San Francisco

With programs in every neighborhood of the city, DCYF serves over 55,000 children, youth and their families each year. Find out more. Learn more

Our mission is to ensure that families with children are a prominent and valued segment of San Francisco’s social fabric by supporting programs and activities in every San Francisco neighborhood.
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Our Children, Our Families Council Releases Data Report

The Our Children, Our Families Council has issued their first data report, which includes statistics and key findings on demographics, economic well-being, health, education, community factors, and justice system involvement for children and youth in San Francisco.

Technical and Financial Assistance for Nonprofits Facing a Rent Increase or Displacement

Nonprofits facing a rent increase or displacement may be eligible for technical or financial assistance through the City and County of SF's Nonprofit Displacement Mitigation Fund. Nonprofits in the program have benefited from lease extensions and negotiations, short-term rental subsidies and tenant improvement funds, and are often among the first to hear about new below-market real estate opportunities. Information workshops 8/26 & 9/17.

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San Francisco Green Film Festival Accepting Entries

Create a short film that shows how you are taking climate action and win cash prizes, filmmaking software, plus a special screening of your film at the 2016 SF Green Film Festival. Open to Kindergarteners all the way to adults. Entries due by November 6.

MYEEP Accepting Applications for 2015-2016 School Year

The Mayor's Youth Employment & Education Program is accepting applications from 14-17 year old San Francisco residents. Participants receive job readiness training, paid work experience, academic support, and personal development opportunities. Applications are due by September 11.

Register Now for the 2015 Arts Education Resource Fair

The Arts Education Resource Fair is an annual opportunity for teachers, artists, organizations, parents, and students to connect and learn from each other. An excellent opportunity for arts education providers to outreach directly to school representatives and parents, and for the public to learn about arts education opportunities in San Francisco.

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