Outreach Resources

WHO: Andrea Baker Consulting

WHAT: Newsletter

WHEN: Submit entries by Wednesday

CONTACT: pooja@andreabakerconsulting.com

NOTES: Have a job posting? Share it with us and we can promote it in our newsletter. Interested in promoting your event? Send a JPEG flyer.


WHAT: Weekly community calendar

WHEN: All entries are due on Wednesday by 2pm for the Thursday publication.

CONTACT: community@bayviewmagic.org or (415) 642-8017

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: District 10 Supervisor Shamann Walton

WHAT: Newsletter

CONTACT: Natalie Gee natalie.gee@sfgov.org

NOTES: Online newsletter featuring local events.

WHO: Hoodline

WHAT: Daily & Weekly newsletter, online news source.

WHEN: Daily – Limited Press on Saturday and Sunday. Email event listings and story pitches daily before 10am.

CONTACT: Meaghan Mitchell (Bayview Editor for Hoodline.com) Meaghan@hoodline.com

NOTES: Hoodline.com is a main source of neighborhood news in San Francisco, where we reach around half the citywide readership, as well as in Oakland and the wider Bay Area. It’s also where we test new ideas in local media, data and products for the world. Our team of writers, editors and analysts helps to shape our global content operation. Want us to feature your event? Submit details with a link to your organizing page, if you have one.

WHO: KMEL 106.1 FM

WHAT: Street Soldiers Call-In Radio show with Dr. Joseph Marshall

WHEN: Sunday evenings, 8-10pm

CONTACT: https://stayaliveandfree.org/programs/street-soldiers-radio/

NOTES: Alive & Free Street Soldiers Radio is a vital part of Alive & Free’s overall work with young people. The hosts of Street Soldiers are Dr. Joseph Marshall, Executive Director of Alive & Free, and Ms. Deborah Estell, Coordinator of the Alive & Free Leadership Academy. Street Soldiers has been on air every week at KMEL 106.1  on Sunday night from 8-10pm since 1992 and allows the Alive & Free’s message to reach the community. The callers and listeners are all ages and are from diverse backgrounds. Gangs, drugs, teen pregnancy, human trafficking, domestic violence, and police-community relations are some of the topics discussed.


WHAT: Public Service Announcements (PSAs)

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.

Public service announcements (PSAs) are messages designed to inform or educate. PSAs are free of charge and as such are an important way to raise community awareness about issues and events important to the audience. KPOO welcomes your PSA submissions. We suggest that you submit your PSA at least three weeks in advance.

WHO: San Francisco Bay View Newspaper

WHAT: Monthly newspaper

CONTACT: Please call (415) 671-0789 or email editor@sfbayview.com to list article, a copy of the paper and to discuss your advertising plans. http://sfbayview.com/

NOTES: San Francisco’s official Black outreach newspaper, is the best way to reach the Black community.

WHO: San Francisco Police Department, Bayview Station

WHAT: Newsletter

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: San Francisco Unified School District

WHAT: Request to Distribute Materials to SFUSD Sites

CONTACT: http://www.sfusd.edu/en/news/request-to-distribute.html, newsline@sfusd.edu or at (415) 241-6565

NOTES: For any questions, comments or concerns, please read the FAQ page. If you are having trouble with the online request form, please email newsline@sfusd.edu your completed application information and all required documents.

WHO: San Francisco Youth Commission

WHAT: We can include updates in our online calendar and twice-monthly newsletter

CONTACT: Send all upcoming events and opportunities to youthcom@sfgov.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 production@potreroview.net 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.