Several important BMAGIC partners will be meeting with staff to start the process of building out curriculum and trainings for organizations that serve the LGBTQQ youth population in Bayview Hunters Point. The creation of this working group was a direct response of data found in the BMAGIC Landscape Data Report!
On Tuesday, March 23rd, BMAGIC called together many prominent organizations within the collaborative to report back on organizational summer programing and co-create a universal calendar based on this information. BMAGIC plans to support these groups to better utilize the calendar and bring participants to different organizations based on the needs of their youth and gaps in personal services. Groups like the SECRN, BAYCAT, the Willie Mays Boys and Girls Club, Third Street Youth Center and Clinic, the BVHP YMCA, and the Bayview Opera House (among many others) came to report back on their offerings and participate in a conversation around sharing resources and providing more comprehensive programs and curriculum for their youth through the participation in this work.
2010 Citywide Nonprofit Monitoring Program
Create a plan to keep your organization up and running even in an emergency
And meet Nonprofit Monitoring Guideline Requirements
FREE TECHNICAL WORKSHOP
• The need for an Emergency Operations Plan
• The Agency Emergency Plan – The process of writing your plan
• Having a Business Continuity Arrangement
• The Disaster Mission Statement – Where it all begins
• Risk Assessment – Internal and external risks that may affect your ability to deliver services
• Preparing staff and volunteers
• Emergency Management through ICS – Incident Command System
• Drills and exercises – practicing your plan
• Integrating your organization into the Community of Preparedness – VOAD, Citizen Corps, Bay Area CAN
• Documentation – Meeting city, county and other granting authority standards
Technical Workshop will be held at
San Francisco City Hall, Room 421
Monday, March 29, 2010
Sign-ups are limited so please reserve your seat now
Please contact Patti Erickson at 415-554-4542 or Patti.Erickson@sfgov.org
for more information or to sign up!
On Tuesday, 03/23/2010 from 1:00 – 3:00pm at Joe Lee Rec, BMAGIC will be hosting a meeting to formalize a BVHP summer learning collaborative. Please contact staff for more information!
Please fill out this one-page registration form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (415) 553-9646 ASAP to be included in our Summer Resource Guide. This Guide is dispersed throughout the BVHP Community and the City of San Francisco!
Please Complete Survey and Return by March 31st! The Reentry Council is conducting a survey of programs and services provided to San Francisco adults who are currently or formerly incarcerated. The survey results will be used to inform the Council’s annual report on reentry needs and services, and to update the popular Getting Out & Staying Out guide, a resource for individuals returning to San Francisco. Please make sure that your information is listed! Make sure we know what services or support are provided to people coming out of jails and prisons. The survey is available here: http://sfreentry.com/files/2010/03/Survey-of-Programs-2010.pdf Please forward this request far and wide. We are trying to reach as many providers—both government and community-based—as possible. Please complete the survey, and turn it in. You may complete the form on your computer, or print the survey form and fill it out by hand. You may e-mail, FAX, mail, or hand deliver your survey. Please fill out the survey, and get it in to us by Wednesday March 31st! Thank You! Questions? Call (415) 553-1593 or email email@example.com.Getting
Please join us at our next Convener Meeting on Tuesday, March 16th from 1-3 pm at the Joseph Lee Recreation Center! We will be working to create a Summer Collaborative for Bayview Hunters Point in response to San Francisco Unified School District summer school closures.
Please see our posted minutes and agenda for more information!
DCYF would like to invite you to become a FREE Summer Lunch site. In exchange for offering your site and staff to help distribute meals (to both your program participants and anyone from the community who might come in during the mealtime), DCYF will provide FREE food to your program M-F during the 8 weeks of our program (June 14 – August 6, 2010). Attached is a letter and application explaining more about the program and how to apply.
The Reentry Council is conducting a series of focus groups to inform its annual report about the needs and programs for formerly incarcerated adults in San Francisco. One of these focus groups is for immediate family members of people who are incarcerated in state or federal prison. If you have an immediate family member (partner, spouse, child, parent, grandchild, or other member) who is currently incarcerated, or has been recently incarcerated, in State or Federal prison , we want your input. We are interested in the experiences of people living in San Francisco. Please help us out, and consider joining this focus group. Focus group will be held on the evening of Wednesday March 10 th . If you are interested in participating, please RSVP by no later than Tuesday March 9 th to Jeaneane Young, Reentry Council Assistant, at (415) 558-2497 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
All attendees must RSVP in advance . If you would like to outreach to potential participants, please download flyer for distribution, available here: http://sfreentry.com/files/2010/03/2010-03-10-FG-Families.pdf