Invest in the Partnership for HOPE SF
Led by The San Francisco Foundation, Enterprise Community Partners, and the City and County of San Francisco, The Partnership for HOPE SF is a public-private partnership that takes an integrated approach to address generational poverty that has yet to be broken in the most distressed public housing in the Bayview, Potrero Hill, and Visitacion Valley neighborhoods of San Francisco.
HOPE SF announces a Request for Proposals (RFP)
Mobility Mentor Collaborative for HOPE SF Transitional Age Youth
Applications due by 5:00 pm on Friday, April 15, 2016
Updates & FAQs updated weekly
There is a lot on the horizon for HOPE SF this year, and you can be a part of it.
Read how public housing residents are working with the City and other partners to re-think their communities and the future of San Francisco.
Working hand-in-hand with residents, our work supports the enhancement of the human and social services that are available. Creating much-needed flexible, fast-acting dollars, these catalytic funds allow us to focus on improving residents’ quality of life and their ability to transform their own communities in these areas:
- Equitable mixed-income development
- Economic mobility
- Health and wellness
- Resident leadership and community building
To learn more about HOPE SF and how you can make a difference in HOPE SF communities, please contact Ellie Rossiter, Partnership Director, at 415-733-8578 or email@example.com.
The Partnership for HOPE SF program leadership, funds management, and grantmaking are led by The San Francisco Foundation.
Funding partners include: 50 Fund, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase Foundation, California Healthcare Foundation, Annie E. Casey Foundation, Enterprise Community Partners, John and Marcia Goldman Fund, The Walter and Elise Haas Fund, Haas Jr. Fund, Hellman Foundation, Kaiser Permanente, Living Cities, Metta Fund Salesforce.com Foundation, SH Cowell Foundation, Wells Fargo Foundation, and individual investors including TSFF donor, Trustee, and Campaign for HOPE SF Leadership Committee Chair, David Friedman.