Religious and cultural institutions play a critical role in providing supportive services to underserved communities in the Bay Area, provide a sense of community and offer resources that combat poverty and provide skill building that leads to self-sufficiency. What challenges do these institutions face when fiscal resources are sparse and what new collaborations have arisen in the midst of shrinking resources? Join Rita Shimmin of GLIDE, Cregg Johnson, case manager for the NoVA program, and Sunny Schwartz, Director of New Initiatives, San Francisco Sherriff's Department to discuss why promoting self-sufficiency is a sustainable model that provides pathways out of poverty.
$10 for non-members
Okay to bring lunch
654 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105-4015
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