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Who We Are and Who We Serve

Who We Are and Who We Serve

DCYF helps support over 50,000 children and youth, birth to 24, and their families in 450 programs in every San Francisco neighborhood. Learn more

Supporting Young People's Financial Capability

Supporting Young People's Financial Capability

Find out how DCYF has been working to improve young people’s financial empowerment in our youth workforce programs. Learn more

Making San Francisco a Great Place to Grow Up!


Next Service Provider Working Group Meeting: May 2

The next meeting of the Oversight & Advisory Committee's Service Provider Working Group will take place on Monday, May 2 from 3:30pm to 5pm at 1390 Market Street, Suite 1125. Anyone who serves children and youth in San Francisco is welcome to join!

DCYF Awards Additional Grants for Disconnected Transitional Age Youth RFP

After consulting with TAY-serving agencies, community stakeholders, our Oversight & Advisory Committee, and our staff, DCYF decided to award additional grants to agencies that applied for the Disconnected Transitional Age Youth Request for Proposals.

DCYF Re-Issues RFP for Summer Food Service Vendor

DCYF has re-issued a Request for Proposals for qualified food service management companies that are interested in providing unitized suppers and snacks. Applications are due by May 11.

Community News

SF District Attorney's Office Issues RFP for Neighborhood Justice Fund

The RFP process is open to non-profit organizations that wish to implement projects that will enhance public safety, livability and unity in San Francisco’s neighborhoods. Grants awarded during the 2016 disbursement are for projects to be completed between July 1 and December 31, 2016. Proposals are due by May 13.

SF District Attorney's Office Issues Request for Proposals for

Since late 2013, the SF District Attorney Office's "Make it Right" program has provided restorative community conferencing to young people and victims impacted by their acts for a variety of offenses, including theft, burglary and threats. The SFDA now seeks to identify one or more community-based organizations that will perform key functions of "Make it Right." Proposals are due by May 20.

Our Children, Our Families Council Releases Draft of 5-Year Plan - Input Requested

The Our Children, Our Families Council (OCOF) has released a draft of their 5-Year Plan. The purpose of the Plan is to align and coordinate services to children and families provided by City departments, SFUSD, and community partners to achieve the goals outlined in the OCOF Outcomes Framework. RSVP now to share your thoughts on the plan at one of their input sessions: April 25 or May 5.

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