Grant History

GRANTS MADE AMOUNT PURPOSE
JAPANESE COMMUNITY YOUTH COUNCIL -6/23/2011  
(Workforce Development Fund)
$140,000To provide paid summer work experience to 60-75 underemployed D10 youth
YOUNG COMMUNITY DEVELOPERS – 6/28/2011  
(Workforce Development Fund)
$85,000To conduct a summer youth employment program providing academic enrichment and job readiness skills to D10 youth.
HUNTERS POINT FAMILY (GIRLS 2000) – 7/28/2011  
(Workforce Development Fund)
$70,000To provide paid summer work experience to 70 underemployed D10 youth
YOUNG COMMUNITY DEVELOPERS – 12/1/2011 
(Workforce Development Fund)
$182,000To provide academic tutorial, enrichment and job and life skills training for 70 San Francisco District 10, 9th and 10 grade students at Phillip and Sala Burton and Thurgood Marshall High Schools.
COMMUNITY CONNECT GRANTS (2012 LISTENING SESSIONS) 8/2/2012 
(Workforce Development Fund)
$140,000To recruit 18 District 10 CBOs to organize and host listening sessions with D10 residents to inform the IC’s workforce and housing grant making strategies.
COMMUNITY CONNECT GRANTS (2012 LISTENING SESSIONS) 8/2/2012 
(Workforce Development Fund)
$140,000To recruit 18 District 10 CBOs to organize and host listening sessions with D10 residents to inform the IC’s workforce and housing grant making strategies.
SAN FRANCISCO HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 1/16/2014 
(Workforce Development Fund & Community First Housing Fund)
$610,000To provide financial empowerment services to expand the financial capability of 100 low and moderate income households in D10.
NOR-CAL FDC – 11/13/2014 
(Workforce Development Fund)
$250,000To create a revolving loan fund to assist owners of 10 D10-based licensed small construction companies acquire short-term, low interest rate financing and construction management assistance.
SAN FRANCISCO HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 10/8/2015 
(Community First Housing Fund)
$238,000To provide services to D10 renters to help slow the displacement of Black and Pacific Islander families from D10.
BAYVIEW HUNTERS POINT MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR SERVICES, INC. – 11/9/15 
(Community First Housing Fund)
$1,600,000To purchase and hold the property located at 1676 & 1678 Newcomb Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124 on behalf of the Bayview Hunters Point Naval Shipyard CCBA Implementation Committee to preserve for community uses.
EQUALITY AND INCLUSION IN HOSPITALITY, INC.
1/1/2017
(Workforce Development Fund)
$165,000To assist low and moderate-income African Americans in Zip Codes 94107, 94124, and 94134 secure and maintain employment in unionized hotels in San Francisco.
THE ANCHOR PROGRAM 1/1/2017
(Workforce Development Fund)
$160,000To provide instruction, training, and certification programs for low- income adult residents of Zip Codes 94107, 94124, and 94134 to secure full-time merchant marine careers.
SHIRLEY WARE EDUCATION CENTER, OAKLAND
1/1/2017
(Workforce Development Fund)
$130,000To create an accelerated program to train residents of San Francisco’s Supervisorial District 10 for higher-wage positions.
EQUALITY AND INCLUSION IN HOSPITALITY, INC.
10/1/2018
$180,000To support workforce development programs to create a gateway to career development for residents in District 10 of San Francisco.
THE ANCHOR PROGRAM 10/1/2018
(Workforce Development Fund)
$220,000To support workforce development programs to create a gateway to career development for residents in District 10 of San Francisco.
SHIRLEY WARE EDUCATION CENTER, OAKLAND
10/1/2018
(Workforce Development fund)
$25,000To support workforce development programs to create a gateway to career development for residents in District 10 of San Francisco.
OLD SKOOL CAFÉ 11/1/2018
(Workforce Development Fund, however originally from Community
First Housing Fund)
$150,000The purpose of this agreement is to execute the agreement with the D10 Implementation Committee in partnership to provide gap funding that will allow Old Skool Cafe to improve its financial stability.
URBAN ED ACADEMY 2/1/2019
(Workforce Development Fund, however originally from Community First Housing Fund)
$160,000To provide funding to expand a Saturday program to serving elementary and middle school students in the Bayview/Hunters Point neighborhood
RENAISSANCE ENTREPRENEURSHIP CENTER
5/14/2019
(Community First Housing Fund)
$75,000To support locally owned small business (Sam Jordan’s) which provides employment, income and housing to POC residents of SF District 10.
YVONNE’S SWEET 5/21/2019
(Community First Housing Fund)
$44,000To support locally owned small business (Yvonne’s Southern Sweets) which provides employment, income, and small business revitalization to POC residents of SF District 10.
PHILIP RANDOLPH INSTITUTE SAN FRANCISCO
11/1/2019
 (Workforce Development Fund)
$40,000Core operating support to support APRI’s workforce development program for Alice Griffith/Bayview Residents.