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SF State to Host Know Your Rights Fair on February 28

SF State to Host Know Your Rights Fair on February 28

An alliance of SF State University campus organizations is organizing a Know Your Rights Fair, an informational and training fair for vulnerable populations who may be feeling targeted in the new political climate in the country since the presidential election.

Posted Date: 2/15/2017
Free Tax Preparation Clinics for Low Income Families and Individuals

Free Tax Preparation Clinics for Low Income Families and Individuals

The San Francisco Housing Development Corporation and the United Way of the Bay Area will host free tax preparation clinics for low income families and individuals on February 11, February 25, March 18, and March 25. First come, first served, no appointments necessary!

Posted Date: 2/8/2017
Registration for Support for Families of Children with Disabilities Information & Resource Conference Opens February 8

Registration for Support for Families of Children with Disabilities Information & Resource Conference Opens February 8

The annual Support for Families of Children with Disabilities Information & Resource Conference is a unique opportunity for families of children with disabilities or special health care needs and the professionals who work with them to gather and exchange their knowledge and experiences. The conference will take place on March 11, 2017.

Posted Date: 1/30/2017
Office of Early Care and Education Releases Two NOFAs

Office of Early Care and Education Releases Two NOFAs

The San Francisco Office of Early Care & Education has released two Notices of Funding Available (NOFAs): Early Learning Scholarship - Family Child Care, and Early Learning Scholarship - Licensed Centers. Applications are due by March 3.

Posted Date: 1/30/2017
Applications Are Open for 2017-2018 SF Youth Commission

Applications Are Open for 2017-2018 SF Youth Commission

Applications are open for the San Francisco Youth Commission's 2017-2018 term! The Youth Commission is a group of 17 San Franciscans between the ages of 12 and 23 who stand up for the needs of all young people in the policy and legislative debates at City Hall. Youth commissioners receive training on legislative advocacy, community organizing, public speaking, power & oppression, social justice history, understanding City government, and the City’s budget. Applications are due by April 23.

Posted Date: 1/25/2017
SF Youth Empowerment Fund Accepting Applications for 2017 Youth Giving Project

SF Youth Empowerment Fund Accepting Applications for 2017 Youth Giving Project

High school youth who live or go to school in San Francisco are invited to apply for the Youth Giving Project! Members will support youth-led social change, learn about philanthropy, explore San Francisco through field trips, conferences, and events, and receive a monthly stipend! Applications are due by March 10.

Posted Date: 1/25/2017
Traffic Ticket Amnesty Applications Due by March 31

Traffic Ticket Amnesty Applications Due by March 31

The traffic ticket amnesty program will reduce the overall fines owed by people with eligible tickets. It will also reinstate drivers licenses that were suspended for failure to appear and/or failure to pay. Applications must be submitted by March 31.

Posted Date: 1/19/2017
List Your Summer Program in the OCOF Summer Activity Guide

List Your Summer Program in the OCOF Summer Activity Guide

Run a summer program, class, or camp in San Francisco? List it for free in the Our Children, Our Families Summer Activity Guide!

Posted Date: 1/18/2017
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