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Bay Area Housing: The Path Forward

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Donate to support SFF’s leadership in Bay Area housing.

SFF donor advised fund holders can invest in preservation and production of affordable housing as a key component of SFF’s Bay Area Community Impact Fund’s work.

The Home for Good Fund allows individual donors and philanthropic investors to help San Francisco families find and keep affordable homes.

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This movement of community advocates and neighbors are joining together to unlock a new future for the Bay Area where no one is left behind. Sign the Begins at Home pledge, share information with your networks.

A $10-20 Billion regional affordable bond. Endorse the bond, donate to support the campaign, share with your networks.

The Housing Readiness Report provides details how ready our cities are to tackle our region’s housing crisis. It includes ways to get involved, data on racial diversity, rental housing burden, housing policies, and processes towards planning for affordable housing.

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SPUR helps people to take an active role in creating a more equitable, sustainable, and prosperous region.

The Terner Center shares timely analysis and data-driven research to provide actionable, pragmatic paths that can bring together a coalition to make change.

Northern California Grantmakers is a “philanthropy transforming organization” whose membership is made up of dynamic funders moving philanthropy as a whole.

CalMatters is a nonpartisan and nonprofit news organization bringing Californians stories that probe, explain, and explore solutions to quality-of-life issues while holding our leaders accountable.

Tools to use and share with others

The Bay Area Equity Atlas uses data to track the state of equity across the region and inform solutions for inclusive prosperity.

Evictorbook is a tool to support San Francisco and Oakland tenant organizers in researching properties and landlords to identify serial evictors, their shell companies, other properties in their portfolio, and suspicious (possibly illegal!) eviction patterns.

This brief shares how funders can support housing preservation strategies to take housing off the speculative market and keep tenants in their homes over the long-term.

The Shift the Bay project provides research-based communications tools to help shape how we communicate about the need for housing.