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HUGE NEWS! Old Skool Cafe will be at the Golden State Warriors’ new CHASE CENTER!
Yesterday, the Golden State Warriors and Bon Appétit announced their lineup of local food vendors for Chase Center (opening 2019). We are THRILLED to be part of this incredible group of businesses!!!
This is a massive opportunity for Old Skool Cafe. With our space at Chase Center, we will be able to provide more jobs and put more funds back into our program. We are excited that our youth will have the chance to interact and be mentored by these innovative chefs and entrepreneurs. And just imagine how many new people will get excited about the mission and vision of Old Skool Cafe — we can change lives with jobs and food!
THANK YOU for your support and love. We wouldn’t be able to do this without you by our side. We are so grateful to Rick Welts, the Golden State Warriors, Fedele Bauccio, and the whole Bon Appétit team for their vision, creativity, and generosity.
Here’s the good news… you won’t have to wait for Chase Center to open before you enjoy dinner and music at Old Skool Cafe. Come see us tonight!
We are hiring an Executive Director to lead the Southeast Community Facility located in Bayview-Hunters Point. The facility serves as a shared nonprofit, educational, and entrepreneurial space for organizations providing services for residents in the community.
Plumbing leaks at homes are common and can result in thousands of gallons of wasted water, bill increases, and potential property damage if not addressed promptly. Sign up for our leak alert program and we’ll notify you after three days of constant water usage.
With over 25,000 drains across the City, there are so many waiting to be adopted. Take the pledge to keep the drains in your neighborhood clear of debris.
Have you ever wondered what happens to the pee, poo, and toilet paper when you flush the toilet? Along with the California Academy of Sciences, we helped answer this question by creating a short-animated film called The Story of Poo.
Hello Implementation Committee,
I would like to invite you to join Clark Construction & Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center and other Elected Officials, Corporate Sponsors, and Community Leaders on October 6th to celebrate the 2nd Annual Bayview Business Extravaganza event. This event will feature a video tribute to Mayor Lee, highlighting initiatives that positively impacted the Bayview Community, such as City Build, Invest In Neighborhoods, SF HOPE and others; and uncover his unique relationship with residents and various stakeholders in the community.
The 2018 Bayview Business Extravaganza will highlight the success of the Office of Economic and Workforce Development programs and bring together diverse entrepreneurs and residents from the Bayview Community. Bayview Business Extravaganza will be held in and outside of the Bayview Opera House from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. Please see the program timeline below and use this link to RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bayview-business-extravaganza-tickets-49757388689
Clark on Third Market Place (outside of BVOH) from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm and will feature kids activities, free food/drinks and Bayview craft vendors for community residents and business owners, government officials and agency representatives and other supporters.
Bayview Business Awards Ceremony (inside of BVOH) from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm and be presenting the following awards to non-profit and business owners:
- Ed Lee’s Big Impact Award
- Bayview LegacyBusiness Award
- Made in Bayview Award
- Community Service Award
- New Startup Award
Food & Drinks (beer &wine) will also be available during the Ceremony
Bayview Project Manager /Invest In Neighborhoods
Office of Economic and Workforce Development
P: 415-554-5664 C: 415-994-3052
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place. Rm# 448
San Francisco, CA 94102
“CORP’s employment law clinic was a valuable resource for my organization. I met with experienced attorneys who provided me with all the advice and knowledge that I needed to answer my complex employment law questions. I highly encourage other nonprofits to take advantage of this great resource.”
– Diane, COO of a Bay-Area Nonprofit
We’re now accepting applications for our upcoming Free Employment Law Clinic for Nonprofits! This event is open to 501(c)(3) organizations directly serving low-income communities in Northern California. Participants will work one-on-one with a team of knowledgeable attorneys to receive a legal check-up of its employment practices, including:
- Review of employee handbook
- Review of employee classifications for compliance with wage & hour laws
- Advice on best practices for hiring & terminations
- Compliance with local ordinances
- … and more!
Whether your nonprofit has specific employment-related questions or you want to make sure its up-to-date with the latest changes in employment law, this clinic’s goal is to help organizations flag employment issues before they become HR problems and offer participants with useful resources and tools, including post-clinic support if needed.
When & Where
Friday, October 19th
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM, followed by a complimentary reception
Miller Law Group
505 Sansome St.
San Francisco, CA 94111
A representative familiar with the organization’s employment/HR policies and operations must be present for the entire duration of the clinic.
You must submit an application to be considered for the clinic. Priority will be given to organizations that did not attend last year’s employment clinic. To request an application or find out more about the clinic, contact:
Wint Huskey, CORP Paralegal
firstname.lastname@example.org / (415)782-8973
Application Deadline: October 5, 2018
co-sponsored by: Miller Law Group and The Association of Corporate Counsel