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Join Us at the Citywide Summer Resource Fair and Mini-Resource Fairs

The citywide Summer Resource Fair will take place on Saturday, March 12 from 10am to 2pm at Pier 70, 420 22nd Street, in San Francisco. 

The Summer Resource Fair is a free, family-oriented event that showcases the multitude of summer camps and other programs for young people in and around San Francisco. Over 200 exhibitors will be on hand with information about summer programs and camps for every age group, from toddlers to teens to and everyone in between. The Fair is also a lot of fun: the Rec & Park Department’s Mobile Rec Unit will be on site with their climbing wall, Imagination Zone, and other activities, and we’re bringing in food trucks, several bounce castles and an obstacle course! 

Visit this link to register to be an exhibitor at the Fair!

There is no charge to be an exhibitor. Two things to note: there will be no electrical outlets or Wifi access at Pier 70. Please plan accordingly! We also highly encourage using public transit to make your way to Pier 70 - the MUNI T-line and the 22 bus stop within two blocks from Pier 70.

Registration is for exhibitors only: if you and your family want to attend the fair, there is no need to register - come and go as you please!

In addition to the citywide Summer Resource Fair, five mini-resource fairs will take place at Beacon Centers throughout the City. Feel free to make your way to any or all of the Fairs!

February 27: Francisco Middle School, 2190 Powell Street, 10am to 1pm

February 27: Visitacion Valley Middle School, 450 Raymond Avenue, 1pm to 3pm

March 5: Everett Middle School, 450 Church Street, 11am to 3pm

March 26: Carver Elementary School, 1360 Oakdale Avenue, 10am to 2pm 

April 9: Denman Middle School, 241 Oneida Avenue, 10am to 2pm

Help us spread the word about the Summer Resource Fairs! Please post and share these flyers with your networks: 

Have questions about the Summer Resource Fairs? Please contact

DCYF Releases Fiscal Year 14-15 District Briefs

Details from the District 10 Brief

DCYF's Data and Evaluation team has released Fiscal Year 14-15 District Briefs for every San Francisco supervisorial district.  The District Briefs include information about how many children and youth were served by DCYF's grantees in each district, the amount of funding that DCYF invests in each district, the types of programs DCYF invests in in each district , and more. 

Need to find the district your program or home is in? Use the Department of Elections' handy District Lookup website.

If you have any questions about DCYF's Data and Evaluation work, contact Sarah Duffy, DCYF's Data & Evaluation Manager.

Youth Jobs+ Resource Fair on March 26

Youth Jobs+ will be hosting a Summer Resource Fair for young people ages 16 – 24 who are interested in finding a job this summer.  Young people will have the chance to practice their interview skills, polish their resumes and meet with employers and employment programs to learn more about the exciting opportunities available.  Please help to spread the word.  This is also a great place for summer workforce programs to reach hundreds of youth.

Youth Jobs+ Summer Resource Fair
Saturday, March 26, 2016
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Mission Bay Conference Center at UCSF
1675 Owens Street, Suite 251
Muni: T-Line Mission Bay Stop

Click here for a flyer about the Youth Jobs+ Resource Fair
Youth and organizations must pre-register for the event:

  • Young people interested in attending the event can register HERE.
  • Organizations interested in tabling at the event can register HERE.
Questions about the Youth Jobs+ Fair? Email 

Summer Camp and Program Info Requested for City's New Summer Resource Directory

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Does your agency run a summer camp or program in San Francisco? Add your camp or program to the City's new online summer activity directory!

The online summer resource directory will bring activities and resources for San Francisco children and youth together into one comprehensive, user-friendly website. The resource directory will be publicized throughout the City via schools, libraries, summer resource fairs and other channels. 
There are three ways to provide data for the summer resource directory:
(1) Fill out the survey at this link.
(2) Email a link to specific pages of your website or send a flyer containing all the information on the summer activities your agency conducts to

(3) Email a data download (CSV file, Excel spreadsheet, etc.) of activity information to This is especially helpful for organizations that have numerous activities. 

Please fill out the survey or email your data by March 4th, 2016 in order to ensure your organization's information is included in the online directory in time for the City's first Summer Resource Fair on March 12th.
If you have any questions regarding the summer resource directory, please do not hesitate to call the lead consultant on the project, Sonali Joshi (510) 206-5565,

The summer resource directory is project of the Our Children, Our Families Council, a joint initiative of DCYF, SFUSD, the Mayor's Office and other City departments.

DCYF Releases RFP for Summer Snack Vendor

Check out healthy - and adorable! - snack ideas for kids at hello, Wonderful

Earlier this year DCYF released a Request for Proposals (RFP) to solicit qualified food service management companies interested in the procurement, preparation, and delivery of high-quality, nutritious and unitized lunches, suppers, and snacks during the summer of 2016. A vendor was selected to provide lunches and suppers, but after careful consideration and re-evaluation of the summer meals program DCYF decided to re-issue an RFP to solicit qualified food service management companies that are interested in providing snacks at participating summer sites.

Click here to access the RFP. Please note, you will be required to register in order to access the RFP documents. DCYF will only use registration information to contact you in the unlikely event that changes are made to the RFP documents. 

Estimated Timeline (subject to change)

Request for Proposals Issued: Friday, February 26, 2016
Question Submission Period Ends: Thursday, March 3, 2016, 5pm. 
Proposals Due: Tuesday, March 15, 2016 5pm
Public Bid Opening: Wednesday, March 16, 2016 (time TBD)
Site Visits or Interviews (as needed): Informed by March 22, 2016 (scheduled for 3/28/16-4/1/16)
Award Decision Finalized: Monday, April 11, 2016

The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a USDA Child Nutrition program that funds free meals to prevent hunger among children during times when school is not in session.  During the school year, many children receive free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch through the School Breakfast and National School Lunch Programs. Lack of adequate, nutritious food during the summer months may set up a cycle of poor performance when school begins again, and may make children more prone to illness and other health issues. The Summer Food Service Program is designed to fill that nutrition gap and make sure children remain healthy and continue their personal growth and development when school is not in session.

All questions about the Summer Snack Vendor RFP must be submitted in writing to

Visit DCYF's Tech Assistance and Professional Development Portal, and Sign Up for the 3rd Quarter Data Cafe!

Visit our Technical Assistance and Professional Development Portal to find training opportunities for the staff at your DCYF-funded agency! Here are some examples of trainings coming up next month. Registration for each of the classes will open a month prior to the class:

Third Quarter Data Café: Monday, March 21 from 9am-1pm 
The data café is an opportunity for you to do some last minute data entry into the CMS alongside other DCYF-funded partners; ask questions about your data; and/or troubleshoot Progress Report issues with the assistance of Xavier Morales, Data & Evaluation Data Analyst. at DCYF. You do not need to stay the whole time - you can come and go as you please within the 9am-1pm time frame. Free coffee, pastries & wifi will be available. For more information and to RSVP, please visit this link.  

Have questions regarding the Data Café? Please email or call Xavier Morales at or 415-554-9519.

Save the Date: Read! Create! Explore! Summer Learning Conference 2016

Date: Friday, April 8, 2016

Time:    9:30 AM – 2:30 PM (All), 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM (Directors, Managers, Funders)

Location:  Presidio Golden Gate Club – 135 Fisher Loop, San Francisco, CA 94129

We will post more info on the Summer Learning Conference on our website and in the March edition of the DCYF newsletter.

DCYF is Hiring a Community Engagement Manager

Come work for San Francisco's best city department - DCYF is hiring a Community Engagement Manager! 

The Community Engagement Manager will report to DCYF’s Deputy Director and will be responsible for managing the department’s community engagement and public outreach activities, implementation and maintenance of DCYF's communications plan, and supporting the activities of the Oversight and Advisory Committee. The application period closes on March 9.

Click here for more info and to apply!

Children and Youth Fund Oversight & Advisory Committee February Meeting Highlights

The Children and Youth Fund Oversight and Advisory Committee (OAC) held their monthly meeting on Thursday, February 11. DCYF Deputy Director Laura Moye gave a presentation on DCYF's investments and service areas, and the members of the OAC unanimously approved DCYF's general budget proposal for fiscal years 2016-2016 and 2017-2018. All of the documents that were issued to OAC members for this meeting, and at all previous OAC meetings, can be accessed at this link. The OAC also approved the minutes from the January 2016 OAC meeting, which can be accessed at this link.

The minutes from the February 2016 OAC meeting will be posted following approval at the next OAC meeting, which will take place on Thursday, March 10 at DCYF, 1390 Market, Suite 900, at 6pm. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend all meetings of the OAC - we hope to see you there!

If you would like to learn more about the OAC, visit this link or contact Emily Davis: or 415.554.8991. 

Our Children, Our Families Council Approves Outcomes Framework  

On January 28 the members of the Our Children, Our Families Council (OCOF) unanimously approved their Outcomes Framework. This document outlines the five major goals the OCOF wants all children, youth, and families in the City to reach, and the 19 measures the OCOF will use to track progress towards the goals. Laurie Scolari, SFUSD Director of the OCOF, wrote that "these goals represent our highest aspirations for our children and families, and will allow us to establish our collective priorities, align our efforts, and use common measures of success." Next up for the OCOF is a 5-Year Plan that will determine how the goals outlined in the Framework will be accomplished.

Visit this link to access the Outcomes Framework.

Children's Council Releases Summer Program Guide  

Children's Council San Francisco has released their annual Summer Program Guide! The guide includes listings of summer camps and programs in every San Francisco neighborhood, many of which are free and low cost. 

Click here to assess the guide! 

Register for the Support for Families of Children with Disabilities Information & Resource Conference  

DCYF grantee Support for Families of Children with Disabilities will host their annual Information and Resource Conference on Saturday, March 5 at O'Connell High School.

 free(!) conference is intended for families of children with disabilities, the professionals who work with them, and members of the community. The conference will feature workshops, and exhibitor fair, and a keynote speech by Dr. Mary Bacon. Light breakfast and lunch, childcare, and interpretation services will be available. 

All attendees are required to register for the conference - visit this link to register!

Please contact Ali Barclay with questions about the resource conference:, or 415-920-5040. 

SF Youth Commission Accepting Applications for 2016-2017 Term

The San Francisco Youth Commission is accepting applications from San Francisco residents between the ages of 12-23 to serve as Youth Commissioners for the 2016-2017 term.

The Youth Commission was created by the voters of San Francisco and is charged with standing up for the needs of all young people in the policy and legislative debates at City Hall. Whether it comes to MUNI, housing, education, juvenile justice or health and wellness, Youth Commissioners serve as authentic advisors on youth issues to the Board of Supervisors and the Mayor. Youth Commissioners read laws, talk to Supervisors and the Mayor's Office, hold discussions with other young people in the community, organize events and hearings, do research on policy and write resolutions.

Click here for more information and to access the application. Applications are due by April 24.

Federal Department of Justice Holding Community Meetings About San Francisco Police Department

The Department of Justice is coming to San Francisco to hear the community’s experience, concerns, and suggestions about their interactions with the San Francisco Police Department. Feedback will help guide DOJ's efforts to advance the operations, policies, procedures, training and accountability systems of the San Francisco Police Department.
In the Mission District
Tuesday, March 8, 2016, 6-8pm  Mission High School Auditorium, 3750 18th Street

In the Western Addition
Thursday, March 10, 2016, 6-8pm  Gateway High School Auditorium, 1430 Scott Street

For more information and to request disability related accommodations, please contact Emily Bammel at (312) 229-9890 or by email at 

City of San Francisco Working Families Tax Credit

Tax season is here and a $250 San Francisco Working Families Credit (WFC) is available to qualifying families that have never received this credit in the past. The WFC application deadline is April 18, 2016. If you submit your application by the deadline and are determined eligible, you will receive your WFC payment in September 2016.

Click here for more info.

Free Immigration Legal Consultations & Resource Fair

The SF Office of Civic Engagement & Immigrant Affairs (OCEIA), in partnership with the San Francisco Unified School District, the San Francisco Immigrant and Legal Education Network (SFILEN), and OCEIA's Deferred Action Community Grants Program, is hosting a Free Immigration Consultation and Resource Fair Event at Balboa High School on Saturday, March 19 from 10:00am-1:00pm. The fair will feature presentations and information on deferred action, other immigrant relief options, and information about immigrant rights. The first 100 individuals to arrive at the fair will receive free legal consultations! Free food, childcare, and language services will be provided.
The Resource Fair will provide an opportunity for attendees to learn more about the community resources that are available to immigrant families and youth, ranging from educational and workforce development opportunities to healthcare, social services, language access, and financial empowerment organizations.

Visit this link for more information about the resource fair.

San Francisco Pathways to Citizenship Initiative Workshop 

On Saturday, February 27 the San Francisco Pathway to Citizenship Initiative will hold its annual Citizenship Workshop at Bill Graham Auditorium. Immigration attorneys and legal representatives will offer free naturalization assessments, application preparation and documentation packaging, naturalization application review and more!

Visit this link for more information.

Connect with DCYF!!

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Our Facebook page is pretty stellar too. 
Additional Highlights and Announcements 

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Workshops, Trainings, and Meetings 

Children's Council of San Francisco offers a series of workshops throughout the year. Click here for their latest schedule.

Free Online Tools: Depression - Practical Intervention Strategies Webinar
March 4, 2016
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Understanding & Supporting Parents of Teenagers
March 10, 2016
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The Red Elephant in the Room: Discussing Menstruation with Girls and Young Women
March 10, 2016
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Look Great in the Inbox and Power Your Email List
March 11, 2016
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Promoting Your Nonprofit in the Media
March 15, 2016
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How to Create Cash Producing Emails for Your Small Business or Nonprofit
March 16, 2016
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Thought Leader Roundtable: Job Skills and Minority Youth: Putting Theory Into Practice
March 16, 2016
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Family Economic Success Learning Community
March 17, 2016
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Violence Threat Assessment - Planning & Response Webinar
March 22, 2016
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Family Economic Success: Helping Families to Access Credit Counseling and Asset Building Resources
March 25, 2016
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Annual Meeting of Parents of Public Schools of San Francisco
April 20, 2016
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Family Economic Success: Helping Families to Access Employment & Training Resources
April 21, 2016
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Alliance for Girls' 4th Annual Conference: Year of the Girl
April 27, 2016
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Standards of Quality for Family Strengthening & Support Certification Training
April 29, 2016
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Creative Advocacy: Kick Off to Mental Health Awareness Month
April 30, 2016
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Funding the Next Generation's 2nd Statewide Conference 
May 9, 2016
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Grants, RFPs and Other Funding Opportunities for Youth Programs  

Disclaimer: DCYF's only purpose with this list is to spread awareness of these funding opportunities. DCYF is not accountable for the result of any applications, solicitations, or any other actions taken on the part of any organization either pursuing or offering funding. 

Check out the California AfterSchool Network's List of Funding Resources!
Sign up for a free account at - tons of funding opportunities!
Have a Twitter account? Follow @GrantQuest - lots of grants opportunities for nonprofit organizations!

Amgen Foundation Non-Profit Grants 
Funding Priority: The Amgen Foundation seeks to advance excellence in science education to inspire the next generation of innovators, and invest in strengthening communities where Amgen staff members live and work.  
Rolling Deadline.
Click here for more information

American Honda Foundation Grants  
Funding Priority: Y
outh education, specifically in the areas of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, the environment, job training and literacy.
Rolling Deadline.
Click here for more information

Bank of the West Charitable Investments Program  
Funding Priority:
The mission of the Bank of the West’s Charitable Investments Program is to help meet the needs of the communities it serves by supporting nonprofit organizations dedicated to improving quality of life, particularly for low- and moderate-income individuals and communities. The program’s efforts focus on after-school tutoring and mentoring programs for underserved youth and young adults, job training and vocational programs, including literacy and basic skills education, programs that promote civic engagement, and financial literacy.
Rolling Deadline.
Click here for more information

Build-A-Bear Workshop Grants 
Funding Priority: 
 Charities that support very special causes, such as children's health and wellness, animals, and literacy and education.
Rolling Deadline 
Click here for more information   

Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood  
Funding Priority: Innovative, creative projects, and programs designed to significantly enhance the development, health, safety, education, and/or quality of life of children from infancy through five years of age.The foundation provides funding in the areas of early childhood welfare, early childhood education and play, and parenting education.
Rolling Deadline.
Click here for more information

New! Captain Planet Foundation Ecotech Grants 
Funding Priority:
Grants in the amount of $2,500 will be awarded to schools or non-profits organizations for the purpose of engaging children in inquiry-based projects in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) that use innovation, biomimicry / nature-based design, or new uses for technology to address environmental problems in their communities. 
Applications Due by March 15.
Click here for more information

Coca-Cola Foundation  
Funding Priority: Projects involving water stewardship, active healthy living, community recycling, and education.
Rolling Deadline.
Click here for more information

David & Lucile Packard Foundation
Funding Priority: Programs involving the arts, children and youth, conservation and science, food and shelter, and population and reproductive health. 
Rolling Deadline 
Click Here for More Information 

Dr. Pepper Snapple & KaBOOM! Creative Play Grants
Funding Priority: KaBOOM! accepts applications on a rolling basis from child serving non-profit organizations, schools and municipalities who are dedicated to ensuring that all kids—particularly the 16 million in poverty—get balanced and active play so they can thrive. Competitive applications will benefit from and embrace the process of a community-build playspace partnership.  
Applications Accepted and Approved on a Monthly Basis. 
Click Here for More Information 

Easton Sports Development Foundation Grants

Funding Priority: The Easton Sports Development Foundation strives to promote and maintain the viability of archery by growing the sport as a mainstream activity at the state, regional, and national level.   
Applications Due April 1.
Click Here for More Information 

Erich & Hannah Sachs Foundation
Funding Priority: The Erich and Hannah Sachs Foundation strives to improve the quality of life for economically and educationally disadvantaged individuals and families. The foundation makes grants in the areas of education, after-school programs, affordable daycare, health, counseling, job training, and low-income housing. Priority is given to organizations that support economic and educational opportunities in low-income, inner-city neighborhoods and rural areas.
Rolling Deadline. 
Click Here for More Information 

Finish Line Youth Foundation 
Funding Priority: The Finish Line Youth Foundation focuses funding on organizations that provide opportunities for youth participation in the areas of community based- youth athletic programs and camps with an emphasis on sports and active lifestyle. 
Rolling Deadline. 
Click here for more information 

Fender Music Foundation Grants 
Funding Priority: The Fender Music Foundation awards instruments and equipment to eligible music instruction programs. These items are lightly used, blemished or otherwise imperfect and have been collected from manufacturers and retailers. The organization is currently awarding acoustic guitars, electric guitars, acoustic-electric guitars, bass guitars and the equipment necessary to play these instruments. However, other traditional music instruments are sometimes available. Traditional instruments include string instruments, woodwind instruments, brass instruments, percussion instruments, keyboards and voice. DJ equipment and computers are not available through The Fender Music Foundation.
Rolling Deadline. 
Click here for more information 

Hearst Foundation 
Funding Priority: The Hearst Foundation funds: cultural institutions nationwide with a focus on youth engagement in the arts, institutions with uncommon success in preparing students to thrive in a global society, healthcare organizations, and direct- service organizations that address the root cause of chronic poverty.
Rolling Deadline. 
Click here for more information

James Irvine Foundation   
Funding Priority: Increase the number of low-income young people who complete high school on time and earn a post-secondary credential by age 25.

Rolling Deadline.
Click here for more information

New! Mazda Foundation Education Grants    
Funding Priority: The Mazda Foundation awards grants to programs promoting education and literacy, environmental conservation, cross-cultural understanding, social welfare, and scientific research.
Applications accepted between May 1 and July 1.
Click here for more information

Michael & Susan Dell Foundation    
Funding Priority: We seek to fund projects that directly serve or impact children living in urban poverty, particularly in the areas of education, childhood health and family economic stability (including microfinance). 
Rolling Deadline.
Click here for more information

MLB Community Baseball Tomorrow Fund    
Funding Priority: Incremental programming and facilities for youth baseball and softball programs, not for normal operating expenses or as a substitute for existing funding or fundraising activities; to finance a new program, expand or improve an existing program, undertake a new collaborative effort, or obtain facilities or equipment necessary for youth baseball or softball programs.
Multiple Deadlines.
Click here for more information

Motorola Solutions Foundation Innovation Generation Grant    
Funding Priority: The Innovation Generation grant (IGG) program is designed to increase students’ skills in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and/or increase engagement in STEM career pathways. Grants will support innovative and hands-on STEM programs that serve elementary through university students and teachers in the United States. 
Applications Due by March 2. 
Click here for more information

National Endowment for the Arts ART WORKS Grant Program   
Funding Priority: To deepen and extend the arts' value, including their ability to foster new connections and to exemplify creativity and innovation, we welcome projects that: Are likely to prove transformative with the potential for meaningful change, whether in the development or enhancement of new or existing art forms, new approaches to the creation or presentation of art, or new ways of engaging the public with art; Are distinctive, offering fresh insights and new value for their fields and/or the public through unconventional solutions; and Have the potential to be shared and/or emulated, or are likely to lead to other advances in the field. 
Deadlines Vary.
Click here for more information

National Endowment for the Arts Challenge America Grants   
Funding Priority: Support primarily to small and mid-sized organizations for projects that extend the reach of the arts to underserved populations -- those whose opportunities to experience the arts are limited by geography, ethnicity, economics, or disability. Age alone (e.g., youth, seniors) does not qualify a group as underserved; at least one of the underserved characteristics noted above also must be present. Grants are available for professional arts programming and for projects that emphasize the potential of the arts in community development. 
Applications Due by April 14.
Click here for more information

New! Ray Charles Foundation Grants   
Funding Priority: The Ray Charles Foundation considers funding for educational programs that provide academic services to disadvantaged and underprivileged youth in the area of arts, sciences, college preparation, after school tutoring. Funding is favored for educational programs and resources for youth with hearing disorders and/or who are visually impaired or blind. 
Applications Accepted Between May and September 30.
Click here for more information

Safeway Foundation Grants    
Funding Priority: Safeway is giving grants for groups and projects that are making a difference in their community. Grants from $1,000 to $10,000 for local projects, while regional or national programs can receive rewards of $25,000 or more. Successful applicants generally fulfill one of the four priority areas of: hunger relief, education, health and human services, and assisting people with disabilities. Applications are on a rolling basis and must be submitted online.
Rolling Deadline. 

Click here for more information

New! San Francisco Foundation RFP: Mobility Mentor Collaborative for HOPE SF Transitional Age Youth
Funding Priority:
The purpose of this solicitation is to identify a service provider or collaborative group of service providers who will partner, design and ramp up a strategy to engage disconnected TAY living in HOPE SF communities that will dramatically increase economic mobility. Whereas individual agencies may apply for this RFP, HOPE SF, in keeping with its collective impact approach, encourages joint proposals from agency collaboratives that will work together to achieve the goal of improving the economic outcomes and mobility of HOPE SF young adults.
Proposals Due by April 15.
Click here for more information

Start A Snowball, Inc. Grants    
Funding Priority: Start a Snowball, Inc. is dedicated to encouraging and inspiring kids of all ages to engage in philanthropic and community service activities. We believe that even just one child with the right intentions and support can start a project that seems small in the beginning and eventually grows or “snowballs” into something that inspires an entire community with widespread benefits to the world around them. In order to help kids kick off their philanthropy efforts, we offer funding to act as “seed money” of up to $100 for projects taken on by individuals or organizations.
Rolling Deadline.
Click here for more information

United Airlines Foundation    
Funding Priority: The United Airlines Foundation supports initiatives that connect people, inspire creativity, and engage local communities to make a difference. There is a particular interest in projects that provide volunteer opportunities for United Airlines employees. Examples of recent grants include after-school activities, youth centers, children’s theater, girls in sports, programs to include those with disabilities, and tutoring and mentoring programs.   
Rolling Deadline.
Click here for more information

Walgreens Corporate Charitable Giving Grants    
Funding Priority: Organizations that focus on improving community access to health and wellness, civic and community outreach, and pharmacy education and mentoring initiatives. Health is the major area of focus and will receive the largest share of the budget.
Rolling Deadline.
Click here for more information

William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Grants    
Funding Priority: The Hewlett Foundation makes grants in five core program areas: education, environment, global development and population, performing arts, and philanthropy. In addition, the Foundation makes grants to support disadvantaged communities in the Bay Area.
Rolling Deadline.
Click here for more information

World of Children Education Award    
Funding Priority: The Education Award recognizes individuals making extraordinary contributions to the education of children thus providing them the platform from which to become fully productive members of society. Our Award honors this courageous leader at an annual awards ceremony and grants them funds to elevate their work.
Nominations Due by April 1.
Click here for more information

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