Posts tagged Volunteer
Photos: Tenderloin Tree Planting Day!

On September 11, we planted trees in the Tenderloin! Big thanks to Mayor London Breed, State Senator Scott Wiener, San Francisco Public Works, San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, FriendsSentaorof the Urban Forest, and the many Tenderloin volunteers and community partners!

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Love Our City, SF Giant Sweep Community Clean Up Day 9/8

Join your neighbors on Saturday, September 8, 9am-noon, as we get swept up with civic pride and all do our part to keep our city clean. The ask is simple: LOVE OUR CITY! Grab a broom and dustpan, sweep the sidewalk in front of your home or business and pick up litter in your neighborhood.

The meeting location for the Tenderloin neighborhood is Sgt. Macaulay Park (@ O’Farrell & Larkin Street). Join us, we’ll see you there! 

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The Commons Block Party continues!

On August 16th, check out performances by Sonny & The Sunsets, Banzai Cliff and Golden Gram; plus the Common’s newest attraction, Zak Ové’s art installation, brought to you by the San Francisco Arts Commission.  #wehaveincommons

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Fix-It Team Lighting Program (San FrancisGLO) is distributing free motion-sensor lights

The City’s Fix-It Team is distributing free motion-sensor solar LED lighting for property owners to install on their properties to enhance sidewalk visibility. Property owners must sign a waiver form to participate; priority is given to properties within existing Fix-It neighborhoods, of which the Tenderloin is one. Contact for more information.

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Join TLCBD for Tenderloin tree plantings, community clean events

TLCBD is excited to present the community with several upcoming volunteer opportunities in partnership with San Francisco's Public Works. These events offer a chance to connect with community members, share our pride, and amplify the positivity we feel on a daily basis while beautifying our neighborhood.

These events (Aug 18th, September 8th, and 11th) offer a chance to leverage city resources in improving the neighborhood while serving as a potential springboard to future events.

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Lower Hyde Street Association Community Clean Up Day

On Saturday, July 21, we had a great morning working with our Hyde Street neighbors who launched their weekly weekend volunteer cleaning efforts. Big thanks to Adam and the LOHSA crew for your neighborhood pride. Good prep for San Francisco Public Works D6 Clean Up in August.

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Celebrate International Friendship Day at Boeddeker Park

Celebrate International Friendship Day at Boeddeker Park on Monday, July 30! This is a special day that honors the struggles that youth face all over the world, with the purpose of promoting unity, peace and friendship between people of different ethnic backgrounds.

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Geary Rapid Project Showcase: Learn more about bus & traffic improvement plans

There are two opportunities to review and learn more about the Geary Rapid Project's final design before construction begins this fall. The project aims to improve Muni’s 38 Geary and 38R Geary Rapid bus service and address traffic safety. (August 2 & 4)

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The Commons Block Party Series is back for 2018!

The Civic Center Block Parties are back! On July 19, enjoy FREE performances by live bands curated by Another Planet Entertainment, a full bar serving wine, beer and craft cocktails, and a rotating selection of street food curated by Off the Grid, and “Beach” volleyball by SF Social.

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SF Environment Awards Safe Passage with the Environmental Service Award

Volunteering with Safe Passage not only helps to build a culture of safety in the Tenderloin, it is a direct impact experience that will not only have you feeling good about yourself, but offers a chance to connect with Tenderloin residents and families, changing how you experience the neighborhood.

In addition to volunteering with Safe Passage, we are always willing to work with with you to develop a volunteer experience that best utilizes your skills and aspirations including in-kind pro bono services.

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