|Black to the Future Collaborative to Release First Publication|
Earlier this year DCYF announced a grant of $3.1 million for a City-supported, community-driven collaborative tasked with increasing access to services for African American families in the areas of family support and advocacy, education, health and wellness, workforce development, and violence prevention. Led by longtime DCYF grantee Young Community Developers, the Black to the Future Collaborative, which now includes over a dozen community-based member organizations, has assessed recommendations for improving the lives of African American people in San Francisco, and will provide a platform to develop strategies for implementation. On Tuesday, November 22, the Black to the Future Collaborative will launch their inaugural publication at 1300 on Fillmore from 6pm to 8pm. Please join us! In the mean time, click Read More below to read the newly released Black to the Future brochure.
(From the DCYF November 2016 newsletter.)