The 2013 Koshland Neighborhood Announced

The San Francisco Foundation

San Francisco, Calif.


Grant Announced: February 13, 2013

The San Francisco Foundation’s Koshland Program has pledged to invest $300,000 in the Bay Point, California community over a five-year period. The Koshland program builds and supports local grass roots leaders who take on the most stubborn neighborhood problems. Local leaders will be selected to participate in a six-month leadership training program to become Koshland Fellows who will help residents develop a project that will address local quality of life issues.

The Bay Point area, a population of about 22,000 has one of the highest poverty and unemployment rates in the Bay Area.

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