2021 grant awards

Projects funded by the Community Challenge, Eastern Neighborhood, and Watershed Stewardship grants.

Community Challenge Grants

Bayview Senior Services
Awarded: $52,600
Project: Intergenerational Community Garden at the Dr. George W. Davis Senior Residence
 
Chinatown Community Development Center
Awarded: $28,500
Project: “Words of Wisdom” mural project on Jack Kerouac Alley
 
Citizen Film
Awarded: $120,000
Project: Opportunity Hub & Kiosk at the Buchanan Mall  
 
Detroit Steps Project, sponsored by San Francisco Parks Alliance
Awarded: $110,185
Project: Street park project on Monterey Blvd.
 
Downtown Streets
Awarded: $100,000
Project: DST Mission Team street maintenance program
 
Enterprise for Youth
Awarded: $95,417
Project: The Summer Youth Environmental Stewardship Program
 
Friends of Alemany Farms, sponsored by San Francisco Parks Alliance
Awarded: $50,000
Project: Green Jobs Apprenticeship & Food Justice Educational Program
 
Friends of Peru Avenue Stairway, sponsored by San Francisco Parks Alliance
Awarded: $115,000
Project: Stairway greening project on the 600-700 block of Peru Avenue
 
Goettingen Neighbors Group, sponsored by San Francisco Parks Alliance
Awarded: $156,975
Project: Goettingen Stairway Mosaic Tile Project
 
La Cocina
Awarded: $50,000
Project: La Cocina Green Parklet project at 101 Hyde Street
 
Minnie & Lovie Ward Recreation Council, sponsored by San Francisco Parks Alliance
Awarded: $50,000
Project: Phase II of the Minnie & Lovie Ward Community Garden Project
 
OMI Community Collaborative, sponsored by Southwest Community Corp.
Awarded: $93,150
Project: Installation of two murals at 446 Randolph Street and 295 Orizaba Avenue
 
Portola Neighborhood Association, sponsored by Bay Area Community Resources
Awarded: $87,926
Project: Phase II of the Burrows Park Extension Project
 
Precita Eyes Muralist Association
Awarded: $50,200
Project: Restoration of the “Family Life & Spirit of Mankind” mural at Leonard R. Flynn Elementary School
 
Precita Valley Neighbors, sponsored by San Francisco Parks Alliance
Awarded: $40,871
Project: Mosaic tile art project at the children’s playground in Precita Park
 
San Francisco Parks Alliance
Awarded: $145,515
Project: Equitable Streets for People Street Parks Program
 
Sisterhood Gardens Steering Committee, sponsored by Chinese Progressive Association
Awarded: $30,475
Project: Ramsell Stairway Mosaic Tile project
 
Southeast Consortium for Equitable Partnerships
Awarded: $80,000
Project: Back 2 Basics Community Gardens at 901 Texas Street and 71 Turner Terrace
 
Sutro Stewards, sponsored by San Francisco Parks Alliance
Awarded: $20,497
Project: Clarendon Corridor Habitat & Green Apprenticeship Program
 
Uptown Tenderloin (dba) Tenderloin Museum
Awarded: $63,500
Project: Tenderloin Neon Sign project at the Cadillac Hotel
 
Visitacion Valley Connections, sponsored by Community Initiatives
Awarded: $75,387
Project: The Pasadena-Velasco Hillside Open Space Plaza
 
Yerba Buena Community Benefit District
Awarded: $17,750
Project: Design and installation of artistic bicycle racks in Yerba Buena
 
Youth Art Exchange, sponsored by Tides Center
Awarded: $65,435
Project: Excelsior Billboard Gallery Gateway project at Mission Street and Geneva Avenue

Eastern Neighborhoods Grants

Dogpatch & NW Potrero Hill Green Benefit District
Awarded: $75,000
Project: Community gathering space and garden project on the 700 block of Iowa Street
 
Friends of Jessie Street, sponsored by San Francisco Parks Alliance
Awarded: $175,000
Project: Neighborhood streetscape project on the 500 block of Jessie Street
 
Tunnel Top Park, sponsored by San Francisco Parks Alliance
Awarded: $19,090
Project: Tunnel Top Park Stewardship Program

Watershed Stewardship Grants

Award amounts pending final approval.

Climate Action Now!, sponsored by Earth Island Institute
Project: Rainwater garden project at Dolores Huerta Elementary School
 
Friends of the Urban Forest
Project: Installation of rainwater sidewalk gardens in Bayview, Potrero Hill, Mission and Richmond neighborhoods
 
San Francisco Parks Alliance
Project: In collaboration with SFMTA’s Slow Streets Program, the installation of rainwater sidewalk garden in six neighborhoods

Last updated May 19, 2022

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