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San Francisco grants millions to help nonprofits stay in city

Mayor Edwin M. Lee, the Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD), Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, the San Francisco Arts Commission, and NCCLF, with key partners, announced $2.7 million in grant awards to 13 neighborhood-serving nonprofit facilities. The awards, part of the San Francisco Nonprofit Sustainability Initiative, provide key funding to nonprofit projects that will create 26,000 square feet of new, permanent nonprofit space and 36,000 square feet of leased space for childcare, employment training, legal services, arts classes, counseling and leadership development in low-income and historically under-resourced communities citywide.

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By Rachel Swan

Published May 26, 2017

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