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San Francisco Summer Meal Sites Officially Open

San Francisco Summer Meal Sites Officially Open

Every weekday through August 12 anyone under the age of 18 can receive a free lunch and snack at over 100 sites throughout the City! Learn more

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Next Oversight & Advisory Committee Meeting: Monday, August 8

The next meeting of the Children and Youth Fund Oversight & Advisory Committee will take place on Monday, August 8 at 6pm, 1390 Market, Suite 900. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.

San Francisco Summer Meal Sites Officially Open

Every weekday through August 12 anyone under the age of 18 can receive a free lunch and snack at over 100 sites throughout the City!

Tips for Incorporating Reading Into Summer Programming

Read, Create, and Explore this summer! Check out this tip sheet for how to incorporate reading into summer programming, find resources for free books, and get more info about the SF Public Library's Summer Stride Reading Program!

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Nonprofit Executive Directors: Apply for the O2 Sabbatical Award

O2 Initiatives will grant up to six awards to outstanding executive directors from San Francisco and Alameda Counties. Each award includes $40,000 to the awardee’s organization toward the cost of a three-month sabbatical, plus a $3,000 stipend for the interim leader (or leadership team) in recognition of the additional responsibilities assumed in the executive director’s absence. Applications are due August 9.

Applications Open for Youth on Fire Cohort

The 2016-2017 Youth on Fire Cohort seeks to train 15 staff from community-based organizations who work directly with teens to institute stronger and more effective youth empowerment practices, and design programs that prominently feature and nurture youth voice. Applications are due by August 3.

Mayor's Office Releases 2016 Summer Violence Prevention Plan

The Mayor's 2016 Summer Violence Prevention Plan combines City and community-based services with Mayor Lee’s public safety initiative, Interrupt, Predict and Organize (IPO) for a safer San Francisco, providing the foundation for the core strategy. The plan incorporates a data-driven analysis of local crime trends and utilizes the expertise of city and community partners to develop a robust strategy to reduce incidents of street violence during the months of May, June, July, and September 2016.

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