We Are The City Family Summits

Cumbre Somos La Familia de la Ciudad | 家庭峰會


DCYF is hosting a Family Summit near you! You’re invited to share your personal stories, perspectives and experiences to help make San Francisco a great place to grow up. The We Are The City Family Summits are places for San Francisco youth and families to make their voices heard. What you share will play a critical role in our five year planning process, ultimately guiding how the City will invest in programs and services for young people (ages 0-24). Food, childcare, interpretation & family fun will be provided. All Family Summits are open to all San Francisco residents. Check the schedule below to RSVP to a Family Summit most convenient for you:



District 1 Family Summit


Saturday, October 26, 2019



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District 2 Family Summit

Thursday, November 14, 2019

District 3 Family Summit

District 4 Family Summit

District 5 Family Summit

District 6 Family Summit

Saturday, November 23, 2019

District 7 Family Summit

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

District 8 Family Summit

Thursday, October 17, 2019


District 9 Family Summit

District 10 Family Summit

District 11 Family Summit

Saturday, October 12, 2019

En el otoño de 2019, el Departamento de Menores, Jóvenes y sus Familias, DCYF (siglas en inglés), será la sede de la Cumbre Somos La Familia de la Ciudad en su Distrito. Todos los miembros de la comunidad están invitados a compartir sus historias personales, puntos de vista y experiencias ya que estos conllevarán un papel fundamental en las inversiones de la Ciudad en programas para niños, jóvenes y familias. Tendremos comida, cuidado infantil, interpretación y diversión para toda la familia.


Sa Fall ng 2019, magkakaroon ang DCYF ng Family Summit (Pagpupulong para sa mga Pamilya) sa inyong neighborhood. Iniimbitahan ang buong komunidad para ibahagi ang kanilang personal na mga kuwento, perspektibo at karanasan na makakatulong sa paghayag ng mahalagang impormasyon para malaman ng City kung paano ilalaaan ang pondo sa mga programa para sa mga kabataan at pamilya. Mayroong pakain, pangangalaga sa mga bata, interpretasyon at masayang aktibidad para sa mga pamilya sa mga Family Summit na ito!


District 1: Richmond, Vista del Mar, Lone Mountain, & Lincoln Park

District 2: Marina, Cow Hollow, Pacific Heights, Seacliff, Lake Street, Presidio Heights, Jordan Park, Laurel Heights, Presidio, & part of Russian Hill

District 3: North Beach, Chinatown, Telegraph Hill, North Waterfront, Financial District, Nob Hill, & part of Russian Hill

District 4: Central/Outer Sunset & Parkside

District 5: Inner Sunset, Upper/Lower Haight, Fillmore, Western Addition, part of Cathedral Hill, Parnassus Heights, Japantown, Hayes Valley, & part of Ashbury Heights

District 6: Tenderloin, Civic Center, Cathedral Hill, South of Market, South Beach, Mission Bay, Treasure Island, & Yerba Buena Island

District 7: West of Twin Peaks, Miraloma, Mount Davidson, St. Francis Wood, West Portal, Merced Manor

District 8: Noe Valley, The Castro, Glen Park, Diamond Heights, Duboce Triangle, & Buena Vista Heights

District 9: The Mission, Bernal Heights, & Portola

District 10: Bayview Hunters Point, Potrero Hill, Dogpatch, & Visitacion Valley

District 11: Excelsior, Oceanview, Merced Heights, Ingleside, Outer Mission, & Crocker Amazon

Spread the word to your Community!

The We Are The City Family Summits are part of DCYF’s Community Needs Assessment. They are our opportunity to listen and learn directly from the youth and families of San Francisco. We use the stories residents tell us to help guide how the City will fund services for young people. In our last Community Needs Assessment, parents and youth told us:

We need services that help you describe who you are and what you like to do. We need mock interviews, resume and cover letter help. Help defining a career focus. A test to figure out: what am I passionate about?
— LGBTQ youth
I want to work. I need to work. But I cannot find affordable childcare. Waiting lists are two years long!
— Chinese immigrant parent
The City needs to provide extracurricular activities that also build skills such as cooking, art, and sports, and otherwise ensure students have a way to connect and ‘buy in’ to their own learning and education.
— Transitional age youth
They really need to set up the big picture earlier about the A-G requirements and grades for college and why any of that matters later.
— Samoan high schooler

You can make a difference too. RSVP to one of the 11 We Are The City Family Summits today!


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