WHO: Bayview Footprints
WHAT: Online comprehensive community calendar, longest-running blog, resource hubs, and e-newsletter
NOTES: Volunteers maintain the online community resource hub at BayviewFootprints.org which includes the community calendar and Bayview Hunters Point’s longest-running blog “It’s What Community Looks Like.” Bayview Footprints Local News is an email newsletter about the good things happening in the area that reaches several thousand subscribers. One request: please don’t send event promotions or flyers. Looking for content of interest to our subscribers that they aren’t likely to get another way. A nice picture of a program participant and caption about why that person appreciates you… A poem written by a local youth that won an award from your organization… A change in leadership or programming… More guidelines if you want them
WHO: SF Bayview Newspaper
WHAT: Monthly newspaper
NOTES: San Francisco’s official Black outreach newspaper, is the best way to reach the Black community.
WHAT: Weekly community calendar
WHEN: All entries are due on Wednesday by 5pm for the Thursday publication.
CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 558-2488
NOTES: To submit entries please use the following format: WHO: WHAT: WHERE: WHEN: CONTACT: NOTES: At this time we do not post fliers, please use the calendar submission format.
WHO: KMEL 106.1 FM
WHAT: Street Soldiers Call-In Radio show with Dr. Joseph Marshall
WHEN: Sunday evenings, 8-10pm
NOTES: Street Soldiers is an Omega Boys Club sponsored, solutions oriented, weekly call-in show for youth that focuses on the issues of violence, gangs, drugs, teen pregnancy and other topics which need attention in the community.
WHO: KPOO 89.5 FM
CONTACT: www.kpoo.com, Francesca@kpoo.com, (415) 346-5376, @dj_francesca_
NOTES: KPOO is an independent, listener-sponsored, non-commercial radio station. KPOO broadcasts 24 hours a day on 160 watts, with a radiated power of 270 watts, covering San Francisco, Oakland, and the Bay Area.
KPOO gives voice to the concerns of low-income communities in San Francisco. Founded by Poor People’s Radio, Inc., KPOO’s ongoing mission has been to open the airwaves to the disenfranchised and underserved.
WHO: Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services
WHAT: MONS Newsletter
CONTACT: If you would like an announcement or event featured in one of our newsletters, please contact Ashley Cheng with suggestions or requests at email@example.com
NOTES: Please provide with jpeg files of any images or flyers you would like featured, along with a brief description of the event. The deadline to submit a post to this monthly newsletter is the 25th of each month.
QUIEN: Nuestros Ninos
QUE: El programa de radio para crecer y aprender en familia
CUANDO: Todos los Domingos de 8 a 9 AM
DONDE: La Kalle 100.7/105.7 FM, KBBF 89.1 FM y www.nuestrosninos.com
LLAME: 1-866-996-4667 Para más información y recursos o visite el sitio de Internet: www.nuestrosninos.com
NOTES: es un programa de radio que comparte información, inspiración, y recursos para familias, educadores y proveedores. Es un foro comunitario sobre la crianza infantil. Ãšnase con la Doctora
Marisol y sus invitados cada domingo. Llame a 1-866-99-NINOS (64667) con sus comentarios, consejos y consultas, y visite www.nuestrosninos.com para más información y para escuchar programas pasados.
WHO: SF Police, Bayview Station
CONTACT: Officer E. Teper, SFPDBayviewStation@sfgov.org
NOTES: Community Updates are an information newsletter to inform the Bayview residents of incidents and programming occurring in the district.
WHO: SF Unified School District
WHAT: Request to Distribute Materials to SFUSD Sites
CONTACT: http://www.sfusd.edu/en/news/request-to-distribute.html, firstname.lastname@example.org or at (415) 241-6565
NOTES: For any questions, comments or concerns, please read the FAQ page .
NOTES: If you are having trouble with the online request form, please email email@example.com your completed application information and all required documents.
WHO: SF Youth Commission
WHAT: We can include updates in our online calendar and twice-monthly newsletter
CONTACT: Send all upcoming events and opportunities to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Youth Commission (415) 554-6446
NOTES: SF Youth Commission especially like to post events and resources for youth and adult allies.
WHO: The Potrero View
WHAT: Monthly on-line and printed newsletter
CONTACT: Please send to email@example.com the following by the 10th of the month previous to the event.
NOTES: Submit a three- to five-sentence description of your event, and include the following information at the end, in this order: Date, Title, Description: 3 to 5 sentences, Cost, Time, Place, Information.
WHO: Totally Inspired Productions
WHAT: ATFHO TV
WHERE: Comcast Channel 29 or go to BAVC.ORG Livestream 29. Also, now on AT&T ch 99 at 4:30 pm.
WHEN: Every Monday at 4:30 pm.
CONTACT: Lynn Daniels, (415) 683-0459, firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTES: Show produced by Lynn Daniels of Totally Inspired Productions