This Wednesday May 1st, Please join Mayor Breed, Supervisor Brown, City Administrator Kelly, Public Works and the San Francisco Fire Department to celebrate the opening of Fire Station No. 5 at 11 am.
TechBridge Girls, is a non-profit S.T.E.M. organization focused on empowering girls to pursue interests in tech and the sciences. Their annual Community Impact Showcase is coming up at the Oakland Coliseum! Take the family to see all the awesome experiments the Techbridge Girls have been working on all year! Each ticket purchased not only benefits this awesome organization, but it also gets you a pass to the Oakland A’s game following the event! This is a super fun showcase that promises to inspire young scientists of the future!
This event will be on Friday, April 19th from 4 pm – 7 pm, EastSide Club at the Oakland Coliseum.
This is a free conference for families with children with disabilities, the professionals who work with them and members of the community. Join us at John O’Connell High School, 2355 Folsom Street for great workshops, networking opportunities, and resources! Breakfast, lunch and limited childcare will be provided.
San Francisco Youth are invited to create a new poster design based on the theme “What does healthy food mean to you?” for our city nutrition programs. Winning artists will have their artwork posted across San Francisco and win a gift card! Winners will be selected from two grade categories: Middle School and High School. Contest deadline is Friday, April 12, 2019.
Our annual More Than Magic fundraiser & awards event will be held Thursday, April 18 at the beautiful Salesforce East Tower, 350 Mission Street, 30th Floor, 6 pm to 9 pm. Mark your calendars for this amazing evening, held to benefit quality summer programming for Western Addition children & youth! For information regarding event sponsorship opportunities, please contact 415-567-0400 or email@example.com. Looking forward to an incredible night with and for community!
Our organization mourns the loss of our friend, partner, and champion of community, Public Defender Jeff Adachi, who passed away suddenly on Friday evening. Jeff leaves a rich and enduring legacy after his three decades of service to those most in need. He could always be counted upon to support the community, our young people and their families. In developing the MAGIC (Mobilization for Adolescent Growth In our Communities) initiative in San Francisco’s Bayview and Fillmore Districts, Jeff lifted up a community-identified need for there to be safe space to address the impact of trauma, poverty, and violence on children and youth. The B’MAGIC andMo’MAGIC collaboratives helped forge meaningful partnerships between community residents, faith-based organizations, city and county agencies, nonprofit organizations, schools, and other stakeholders. We are proud of our work with Jeff and his team at the Office of the Public Defender. His accomplishments are legion, as is the number of those he touched with his work and his unceasing energy; our hearts are heavy and we are missing Jeff today, as we will for some time to come.
The annual Mo’MAGIC Black & White Ball in honor of Black History Month will be held February 22 at the African American Art & Culture Complex – Hall of Culture. We are very excited about this and look forward to a fabulous evening celebrating with families and friends. Join us as we highlight this year’s theme of HBCUs, featuring a step team performance, amazing guest speakers, dinner, dancing, and lots of fun!