Toast & Taste will feature food from San Francisco’s finest dining venues, as well as beer, wine, and specialty cocktails. There will be fun games and a silent auction with more than 150 incredible restaurant gift certificates, items, and experiences. San Francisco Private Dining Venues (SFPDV.com) will donate 100% of the
There’s a big difference between 17 percent and 30 percent. That difference can have a detrimental impact when it represents human beings. For the first time in years, the latest point-in-time count of San Francisco’s homeless population neglects to include a large portion of people who depend on vital resources.
This guy is trying to make extra money by renting out the tent he lives in on SleepAround. And it seems to be working!
Earlier this month 48 Hills reported on heartbreaking new videos detailing how the cops and the Department of Public Works are throwing away the personal belongings of San Francisco’s homeless population. This often includes such important items as medication, family photos, mementos from dead loved ones, and survival gear like sleeping bags and tents. Not only is this reprehensible, it’s also in violation of the rules.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf and team penned out how she thinks Oakland’s financial resources should be budgeted but City Council President Rebecca Kaplan and supporters have different ideas about where the city should, and shouldn’t, spend its cash. As the month-end deadline nears for the city to approve a 2019-2021
Mayor London Breed’s plan to build a 200-bed Navigation Center on a lot in South Beach will now have to face a legal battle by residents of the area. The Navigation Center is a big part of the Mayor’s long-awaited plan to help fight homelessness in San Francisco. The parcel
For those struggling to make it in such an expensive market, the figure’s shocking.
This came through today from Amy Farah Weiss from the Saint Francis Homelessness Challenge. It’s a great cause and sounds like it will be a wonderful event. I’ll let her explain it below: Over 400 San Francisco residents have signed the SOS petition. What unites us? – We believe that everybody’s needs