Request for Proposals: HOPE SF Transitional Aged Youth



Mobility Mentor Collaborative for HOPE SF Transitional Age Youth
Applications due by 5:00 pm on Friday, April 15, 2016

On behalf of The Partnership for HOPE SF, The San Francisco Foundation is pleased to request proposals from qualified applicants to design and pilot an innovative intervention to increase and sustain economic mobility among disconnected transitional age youth across four of San Francisco’s most historically isolated communities—Hunters View, Alice Griffith, Potrero Hill and Sunnydale—all part of the HOPE SF initiative.

HOPE SF is the nation’s first large-scale public housing transformation and collective impact effort aimed at disrupting intergenerational poverty, reducing social isolation, and creating racially equitable mixed income communities without mass displacement.

The Partnership for HOPE SF, led by The City of San Francisco, Enterprise Community Partners and The San Francisco Foundation, is comprised of more than 18 individuals and organizations that bring expertise and funding resources to realize better social and economic outcomes for residents living in HOPE SF communities. Funds support research, strategy development, technical assistance, capacity-building, evaluation, and grants to community organizations serving HOPE SF communities.

Interested organizations are encouraged to attend one of two optional How to Apply Sessions on March 8 and March 25. Details related to the workshop or webinar will be announced at a later date. Please indicate your interest in attending by contacting Crystal Henle at or 415-733-8531.

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Questions? Please contact Crystal Henle at or 415-733-8531.