The Foundation is committed to finding and implementing ways to stabilize the community with significant participation by African Americans and other people of color. We are particularly committed to equipping young people to become full participants in the educational, economic, cultural, political and social systems of San Francisco. Today, pivotal changes in our city and community require this responsiveness more than ever.
Recent years have seen significant opportunities for heightened response. For example, the Affordable Care Act has opened up treatment to many more people, but also requires that The Foundation partner with other providers through the San Francisco Health Network. This collaboration ensures that every client receives the type and level of care needed.
Like most nonprofit organizations, we must maintain continuous funding for services. While the majority of the Foundation’s funding comes from local and state governments, the infusion of funding from technology and other corporations in San Francisco presents an opportunity.
The Foundation balances its response to opportunities with an unshakable commitment to addressing the needs and wants of southeastern San Francisco residents.
We continue to be at the forefront of social service response, working to fill identified gaps in the public health system, and serving as an anchor for a community in the midst of change.
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