The SOMA West Community Benefit District works to improve the lives of all people in our neighborhood.
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The SOMA West Community Benefit District is working hard to help our community during this crisis. Please visit this page to learn what we are doing, and how we can help you.
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Below is background information about the SF Relief Grant programs. More detailed information about program requirements and what information is required on the application can be found on the program webpages for the Small Business Storefront Equity Grant and Community Storefront Anchors Grant. To view the original presentation, please click here. [. . .]
[From the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development] Through our Storefront Grant programs, we're giving $10.9 million to small San Francisco businesses most impacted by the Stay-at-Home orders, prioritizing those that have been excluded from state and federal programs. Apply now: sf.gov/sf-relief-grants DEADLINE: MAY 7, 2021 CLICK TO [. . .]
The American Rescue Plan Act established the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) to provide funding to help restaurants and other eligible businesses keep their doors open. This program will provide restaurants with funding equal to their pandemic-related revenue loss up to $10 million per business and no more than $5 [. . .]
Dore Street at Folsom Saturday, May 8, 2021 at 12 PM PDT – 5 PM PDT Free!! We're taking it back to the streets! With the City reopening, the LEATHER & LGBTQ Cultural District, Folsom Streets, and SOMA West CBD are partnering to bring you SOMA Second Saturdays! A [. . .]
The SOMA West Community Benefit District works to improve the lives of all people in our neighborhood. However, this week we were able to do more than merely improve lives. This week we saved a life. On Tuesday, April 13th at around 10 AM, SOMA West Ambassador Jason D. [. . .]
LUSH Film Edition celebrates queer filmmaking: Thursday, April 15, 7:00 PM PST Reserve your LUSH Film Edition ticket today and join Bay Area visionaries Brontez Purnell, Heather María Ács of Femmepower Productions, and Leo Herrera as they illuminate the multiplicity of queer histories and futures through the moving image. Featuring clips and conversation moderated [. . .]
Take Action! Mobilizing Towards Family Reunification: Film Screening and Q&A with Michelle Angela Ortiz & Kenia Guillen: Tuesday, April 13, 4:00-5:30 PM PST Tune in to Michelle Angela Ortiz (Las Madres de Berks, 2019) and Kenia Guillen (Isabel, 2019) for an exclusive screening of their films, as well as a [. . .]
Some highlights from our March, 2021 Monthly Operations Report: We picked up 54,025 total pounds of garbage. March's trash haul represents a +13% increase from February. Sweeping made up 37 percent of all tasks. We completed 20,418 total cleaning tasks, 7,617 sweeping tasks, 4,104 hazardous tasks, and much more. [. . .]
The SOMA West Community Benefit District (SWCBD) is proud to announce our new “Night Shift” neighborhood ambassador program. As the name suggests, this program starts in the evening and operates until the early morning hours (see details below). The Night Shift’s key priority is to maintain a welcoming and [. . .]