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Learn More About DCYF!

Learn More About DCYF!

DCYF funds programs for ages 0-24 in every neighborhood in San Francisco. Find out more about what we do and how we do it! Learn more

Our mission is to ensure that families with children are a prominent and valued segment of San Francisco’s social fabric by supporting programs and activities in every San Francisco neighborhood.
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DCYF News

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Join SF Recreation & Park Department in Celebration of Reboot's National Day of Unplugging

Reboot's National Day of Unplugging is designed to remind us of the importance of "unplugging" to refocus our attention on the world around us and reconnect with family, friends and ourselves. The SF Rec. & Park day of unplugged activities are in partnership with SFUSD and DCYF!

DCYF Releases Strategy Overview and Evaluation Report

DCYF has released a K-8 Out of School Time Strategy Review and an Evaluation Report of Teen and Youth Empowerment Programs.

SF Expanded Learning Collaborative Offering Free Training to Youth Programs

Free training sessions on supervision, Common Core standards, program design, and much more for staff of any organization that works with young people in San Francisco!

Community News

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RSVP for the California State Budget Challenge Town Hall in San Francisco on March 19

Assemblymember Phil Ting invites you to a State Budget Town Hall! Learn about the state budget, share your spending priorities for our state’s budget, and try an interactive simulation to see how budgets add up. RSVP today!

SF Department of the Environment Releases Zero Waste Grant RFP

SF Department of the Environment is looking for projects to fund that demonstrate increased landfill diversion. Pre-proposal conference will take place on March 10, and proposals are due on April 3.

Support for Families of Children with Disabilities Hosting Annual Information & Resource Conference on March 21

Free conference that brings together families of children with disabilities, the professionals who work with them, and the community at large. The conference will feature workshops in the morning and afternoon and an exhibitor fair that will continue throughout the day (stop by the DCYF table and say hi to Emily!)

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