Join the Movement & Give Back
December 1st, 2015
During this holiday season, we give thanks to our supporters who have donated their time and money to help seniors all year long.
Bayview Senior Services believes that after a lifetime spent providing for families and contributing to the community, elders deserve a safe home and community with access to consistent and reliable healthcare, wholesome nutrition, opportunities for active social involvement, and the kind of personal security and comfort necessary to ensure dignity, honor, and respect in their later years.
We invite you, your friends, your family, or your organization to join the movement and give back to your elders on December 1st!
By giving through Bayview Senior Services, you have the opportunity to personally impact the life of a senior who would appreciate knowing that someone cares about them.
Click here to give a donation in honor or in memory of someone special in your life: an elder, a spouse, a friend, or a grandparent.
Join the movement and give on December 1st!
Thank You & Happy Holidays
1706 Yosemite Ave, San Francisco, CA 94124
The White House recently announced the TechHire Initiative with the intent to create pathways to better, well-paying tech jobs and meeting urgent employer demands across the United States.
This is an excellent opportunity to receive support to take action and collaborate with public and private employers (nationally and locally) to expand access to tech jobs. For more information, please click here.
If you have not heard – neighborhood preference passed this afternoon at the Board of Supervisors at 40%!
Thank you so much to everyone that was able to make it out to city hall week after week for the last two months to make your voices heard. Thank you to everyone who wrote a letter, sent an email or made a call, I cannot begin to tell you how critical your presence and voices were in moving this legislation forward.
Getting this legislation passed was not easy and it is only because we were able to stick together and organize as a community to speak with one loud and strong voice that we were finally heard.
As difficult as this was it was only half of the battle. The next step is to make sure that our community knows about available affordable units and that we submit applications for the units. We will be in touch about how you might be able to help with that in the very near future. for today we can rejoice in a well deserved and hard earned victory today.
I personally thank you and Supervisors Cohen and Breed also thank you for the support.
11/17 – 1st reading at Board of Supervisors (passed today at full BoS 9-2 vote – Supervisors Tang and Mar voted against)
12/1 – 2nd Reading at BoS (every City ordinance must be voted on twice by the Board before it becomes law)
1/1/16 – legislation is implemented
Mawuli Tugbenyoh & Zach McRae
Resilient Bayview Newsletter
In This Issue
A Very Successful RBV Disaster Action Planning Summit!
On Wednesday morning, October 21st, leaders across the Bayview community came together for the first ever RBV Disaster Action Planning Summit: 3rd Street Corridor. Nonprofit Organizations, Faith-Based Leaders, Private-Sector Partners, and various representatives across San Francisco’s city agencies gathered at Bayview YMCA to participate in the “Run Your Resilientville” exercise. The goal of the exercise was to raise our community’s awareness of the likely challenges and community stressors we could face and then identify achievable goals we can pursue moving forward so we respond to whatever comes our way. This scenario-based activity includes asset-mapping and needs assessment components that drive participants to map-out resources that are currently available in the Bayview community should a disaster strike, as well as identify anything that the community may be lacking as they navigate the scenario’s mitigation and recovery processes.
The outputs from this exercise will inform the priorities of the Resilient Bayview team moving forward and will help to shape new components of the RBV’s Resilient Action Plan in 2016. For more information on the Resilient Action Plan, visit our website at: http://empowersf.org/resilientbayview/
A special thanks to Bayview YMCA for hosting the event, RBV Leaders for facilitating table activities and sharing their stories,SF CARD for their leadership throughout the summit, and the entire
Bayview Community for participating in this exercise and welcoming us to the community. The Summit would not have been such a wonderful success without all of your support!
8th Annual NEN Awards!
On January 27th, 2015 San Francisco residents and community leaders will join together at City Hall to celebrate the 8th Annual NEN Awards. The stories and projects led by some of the City’s most engaged and dedicated individuals contributes to the ever growing sense of community and opportunity in San Francisco.
We need your help selecting this year’s winners! This year’s NEN Awards categories are:
- Best Green Community Project
- Best Neighborhood Watch Group
- Best GraffitiWatch Volunteer Award
- Best Community Building Event
- Best Community Challenge Grant Project
- Best Merchant Assoc / BID of the Year Award
- Comeback Neighborhood of the Year
- Neighborhood Youth Leadership Award
- Most Empowering City Employee of the Year Award
- NERT Leadership Award
- Outstanding Park Volunteer Group
- The NEN Lifetime Achievement Award
- The NEN Hall of Fame
As is the NEN Awards tradition, we need you to help us select the winners. So visit the link below and nominate the organizations, and projects, that you feel deserve to be recognized with a NEN Award. The nomination window closes at 5pm on December 4th, so don’t delay – submit your recommendations today.
To learn more about this event , contact Daniel Homsey at email@example.com
|Upcoming Resilient Bayview Meetings
A priority of Resilient Bayview is to foster an inclusive and transparent information-sharing process. As such, we encourage Bayview community members, stakeholders, partners, and interested parties to attend upcoming Resilient Bayview Working Group Meetings.
The Resilient Bayview Working Group meeting(s) scheduled for November are as follows:
Meeting: Resilient Bayview Strategic Planning Meeting
Date: November 18th, 2015
Location: Bayview YMCA
These meetings, along with their specific time and location, are updated and available for view by visiting the website:
For more information about these meetings, please contact Amanda Trescott.
That’s all for this edition of the Resilient Bayview newsletter. Please visit our website to learn more about Resilient Bayview. We look forward to hearing from you and if you want to spread awareness about how your work relates to Resilient Bayview, please email Amanda Trescott. For the latest Resilient Bayview and NEN updates we welcome you to follow us on twitter @nentweet, and like us on facebook at empowernow.