Posts tagged Safety
KQED visits TLCBD Safe Passage, get to know some of the Neighborhood Heroes of our program

KQED recently visited TLCBD's Safe Passage, resulting in radio, print, and video stories documenting some of the diverse voices powering this important program. Get to know the people who’ve come to inspire us as Corner Captains, the residents who volunteer to make the Tenderloin a safer place for ALL.

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Tenderloin People's Congress hosts People's Summit, March 29th

Tenderloin People's Congress will hold a resident summit to share and receive feedback on a draft platform related to neighborhood issues. The event will take place on Thursday, March 29th from 4-6pm at 150 Golden Gate Avenue. Food, raffle, and children's activities will be on hand. For more information, please contact Lorenzo at 415-358-3925 or llistana@tndc.org.

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Safety, Community Programs Resume Today At Turk-Hyde Mini Park [Hoodline]

The Tenderloin Community Benefit District is launching a new two-year fundraising campaign today, after receiving new funding for its programing at the Turk-Hyde Mini Park . . .

Anyone interested in supporting the TLCBD’s efforts at the park financially or through volunteering is encouraged to contact Pujals or Tak.

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Invest Tenderloin, It's About People

Invest Tenderloin is the campaign and work program by which TLCBD will increase funding and services in quality of lives programs over the next two years leading to the TLCBD renewal in 2020. The general theme of Invest Tenderloin is to deepen, rather than broaden, our existing work while focusing on and sharing the personal stories of those affected by quality of lives programs.

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Tenderloin has retained its character and low-income housing [SF Chronicle Opinion]

One of two Tenderloin opinion pieces solicited in SF Chronicle's January 4th issue. THC Executive Director Randy Shaw shares his view on the neighborhood's ability to retain its character while welcoming an unprecedented amount of economic development in recent years. While lauding the neighborhood's achievements, Shaw points to one thing holding it back from reaching its full potential.

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Neighborhood Hero: Officer Eric Robinson

From the moment TLCBD communications staff discussed regularly nominating heroes, Safe Passage Corner Captains put forth Officer Eric Robinson as a ‘must recognize’. Have a nomination for our neighborhood heroes column? Tell Fernando@tlcbd.org. Acts of beauty and courage are never too small, and at this time nominations of any kind are considered.

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Corner Captains Train With Tenderloin Station Officer Azim

While students were out of school during the Thanksgiving holiday, Safe Passage Corner Captains took time for personal enrichment with a safety training organized by Tenderloin Station officer Yossef Azim.

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This Month's Neighborhood Heroes: Turk Street Neighbors

Welcome to a new regular column, Neighborhood Heroes. Every month we’ll share the story of a community member or members including residents, businesses, organizations, and property owners who’ve taken it upon themselves to do something to better their slice of the neighborhood. This month: Turk Street Neighbors

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October 2nd, Community Meeting for Bubbles

With the help of Supervisor Jane Kim's office, the folks at RS94109 (835 Larkin St San Francisco) will host a community meeting on October 2nd, at 5:00pm to to get updates directly from the police and local elected officials about the murder of Bubbles and steps being taken to address the many challenges of the Tenderloin/Larkin Street Corridor.

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Tenderlion Talk Live Thank You, More to Come

Thank you to all the community members who joined us for Tenderloin Talk Live at the Hamilton on September 7th. Stay tuned to the next issue of Tenderloin Talk e-newsletter for a full recap and next steps ahead of our next event in December.

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A Coordinated System of Response

Tenderloin Safe Passage kicked off the school year by hosting a safety training with five Tenderloin afterschool program providers. We offer trainings each month to anyone interested in volunteering with Safe Passage, and are currently seeking additional people to join in this important work.

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T.L. Stop the Violence Festival Takes Over Jones Street 9/23

Youth leaders from the Tenderloin and other San Francisco neighborhoods have been the driving organizers behind the event, which calls for a day of "fun, healing, and great entertainment" in response to recent violence in the neighborhood.

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What About Bob? A Quality of Life Editorial From The Director

The approach to the crime and drug issues must change. The community, working together, needs to develop an active partnership with SFPD. We will not be able to simply “Police” our way to a better quality of life. I believe strongly that the community, supported by the Tenderloin Community Benefit District, must lead the process to improve the Tenderloin.

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Experience A Safer Taylor Street Pop-up Event On 8/30

On Wednesday, August 30th, experience a Safer Taylor Street with an interactive pop-up event that promises to bring a range of demonstrative prototypes including wider sidewalks, seating areas, greenery, and a bike lane to Taylor Street. Stop by anytime between 12pm and 6pm.

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Tenderloin Safe Passage, Checking in . . . Volume 1

When Safe Passage Corner Captain teams are out along "the Route", safe protocols call for regular check-ins over walkie-talkie. In this regular column, we'll share with you updates, field notes, and other highlights from this important program.

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