Summer Kick-Off a Success

Last Wednesday our Summer Kick-off was a Great success. Turn out was great and Thank you to our speakers to start it all off. Thank you Mayor Breed, Supervisor Brown, Supervisor Walton, and our new Public Defender Manohar for their great speech.

Need Legal Advice?

Justice & Diversity Center is have a legal advice & referral clinic. This is a free legal advice workshop. The time is Saturday, April 13 and registration is from 10:30 am – 12 noon. This event will be located at Hastings College of the Law 198 McAllister St, 1st Floor (at Hyde Street) Louis B. Mayer Lounge.

A guide for giving.

Here is a Guide for giving back to the community written by Melissa Brock.

Giving back this holiday season: How to provide relief to those in need

There you will be able to find out information on where you can give back to your community and if you are in need there are links to where you can find assistants. Some of the link will be listed below.

For Assistants:

http://www.211.org/

https://www.toysfortots.org/request_toys/

To Give back:

http://wish.org/

https://www.toysfortots.org/

There are many organization out there can help or needs that little help.

Have a Safe and Wonderful Holiday Season.

Beets is currently hiring for the school year!!!

Band of Environmentally educated& Employable Teens also know as Beets is currently hiring for the school year.

Help maintain gardens across San Francisco and grow as a leader while developing job skills, make some new friends, and while you are at it make some money too.

Earn up to $2,200 for this school year.

Go on camping trips and tour local farms in Oakland, Marin, and San Francisco.

Learn how to grow, cook, and where your food comes from.

 

Learn more: Communitygrows.org

Contact us: Debbie@cmmunitygrows.org

To apply: http://www.communitygrows.org/join-the-beets-2018/

Barbershop Forum

This coming Monday, October 29th, 2018 at the Hamilton Recreation Center is hosting a Barbershop Forum. The goals and objective of this forum are to create bonds between law enforcement and our community. This is an opportunity for an open dialogue with law enforcement officers from our local law enforcement agencies. So come to the Hamilton Recreation Center at 6:00 pm and have your voice and concern heard.