San Francisco

Fighting Non-Profit Displacement

Evening Forum

Image courtesy of Flickr user San Francisco City Guides

Given the hot market, displacement is an issue that affects more than just housing in San Francisco, as some of our key arts and social services non-profits find themselves priced out of their communities. The public and private sectors are working hard to fight these pressures with innovative partnerships and city funds recently set aside to help these valued organizations.

+ Tom DeCaigny / San Francisco Arts Commission
+ Brian Cheu / Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development
+ Leiasa Beckham / Northern California Community Loan Fund
+ Moy Eng / Community Arts Stabilization Trust
+ Shamsher Virk / CounterPULSE

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