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DCYF Launches After School Supper Program

DCYF Launches After School Supper Program

Free suppers for youth under age 18 at 17 sites throughout San Francisco! Learn more

Making San Francisco A Great Place to Grow Up!

Making San Francisco A Great Place to Grow Up!

DCYF brings together city government, schools, and community based organizations to help children, youth, and families lead lives of opportunity and happiness. Learn more

Making San Francisco a Great Place to Grow Up!


DCYF Grantees: Register Now for CMS Training Sessions

DCYF Grantees: register now for beginning and intermediate CMS training sessions on November 7 and 9. Space is limited - RSVP ASAP!

Youth Workforce Development Providers: Apply to Become a Certified Career Development Facilitator

In an effort to increase professionalism and retention in the Workforce Development field, DCYF is pleased to bring the Career Development Facilitator Certification training to our grantees. This Certification is recognized widely in the field of Workforce Development as a qualification for employment. Applications are due on October 31.

DCYF-Sponsored After School Snack and Supper Program Officially Underway

The After School Supper Program has made its debut at 17 sites throughout San Francisco! This is the first year that DCYF sponsored sites will offer suppers as part of the After School Meals Program, and we are very excited for this launch. Please help us spread the word!

Community News

Huckleberry’s Community Assessment and Referral Center Recruiting for My City Mentor Program

Huckleberry CARC is seeking adult mentors for their My City Mentor Program. Mentors will meet weekly with an underserved youth between ages 11-17 to help them develop healthy life choices, maximize their potential, and create a meaningful youth/adult bond. Applications are due by November 18.

RSVP for Why 21st Century Children Need Nature: Designing Natural Play Areas for Schools and Parks

On November 9 Green Schoolyards America and The Presidio Trust invite you to an inspiring afternoon presentation and discussion with keynote speaker Prof. David Sobel, who will talk about the importance of nature play for 21st century children. His presentation will blend research and case studies to illustrate the connections between nature play opportunities and physical, social and emotional development for children and youth. The event is free, but RSVPs are required.

Free Perfornamce of Shakespeare's Julius Cesar at African American Art & Culture Complex on November 10

DCYF grantee Handful Players will co-host a free Oregon Shakespeare Festival production of Julius Cesar at the African American Art & Culture Complex on Thursday, November 10! This abbreviated version of the original play is perfect for youth ages 9 and up and their families.

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