Now in its fifth year, the Bridge to Excellence Scholarship Program provides scholarship awards to 15 graduating high school seniors from low-income backgrounds.
Wednesday, Mayor London N. Breed released the following statement on the news that City Attorney David Chiu and his office have secured $230 million over the course of several years, to include $57 million in the first year, in funding as part of a negotiated settlement with Walgreens.
News from Long Now Foundation Board of Directors Posted Courtesy of Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight San Francisco~Dallas
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Mayor London N. Breed today kicked off Small Business Month highlighting resources and citywide events in support of San Francisco’s small businesses and entrepreneurs. In partnership with the City, the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce will bring together multiple events designed for entrepreneurs and the general public during Small Business Week from May 8 – May 12, 2023.
From the Office of Alameda County DA Pamela Price Posted Courtesy of Wright Enterprises CommUNITY Spotlight San Francisco~Dallas~~~ Shares her inspiration from a Deep South visit to the Legacy Museum, the National Museum for Peace and Justice, and the Mothers of Gynecology Park.
It's Day 5 at DIFF, so head over to Violet Crown Cinema in West Village to be in the company of fellow film lovers in a walkable neighborhood with lots of dining and shopping options
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***PRESS RELEASE*** MAYOR LONDON BREED AND CITY ADMINISTRATOR CARMEN CHU ANNOUNCE FUNDING FOR NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
Mayor London N. Breed and City Administrator Carmen Chu today announced up to $3 million in grants to fund community-driven beautification and greening projects through the Community Challenge Grant Program (CCG). Funding for this year’s grants was included in the Mayor’s Budget from fiscal year 2022-2023.