Posts by Larkin Street Communications

  1. A new data system in the works for homelessness services – SF Magazine

    Thanks to San Francisco Magazine for their coverage on the arrival of the Online Navigation and Entry (ONE) System in San Francisco. This system will help social programs and nonprofit organizations better serve individuals experiencing homelessness. Our very own Ilsa Lund, Senior Director of Operations, shares her thoughts on the contributions the ONE System will make to…

  2. New video interviews with Larkin Street Staff and Youth from ABC7 News

    Thanks to ABC7 News on their coverage of the San Francisco Homeless Project. Our own Sherilyn Adams, Executive Director, is featured, calling for increased awareness and support for young people experiencing homelessness, as well as several young people who have accessed Larkin Street’s services. ABC7 on youth homelessness: Full article: Homeless youth seek refuge, healing in…

  3. Larkin Street speaks out on need for increased funding for homeless youth

    Thanks to the San Francisco Examiner for their coverage on Mayor Lee’s 2017-2018 budget proposal. Our own Mary Kate Bacalao, Director of Public Funding, was featured among local residents and social program leaders calling for an increase in funding for homeless and other social services. Here’s a short excerpt: “Mary Kate Bacalao, director of public…

  4. SF homeless count reveals impact of programs for youths, adults – SF Examiner

    Thanks to the SF Examiner on their coverage of San Francisco’s most recent homeless count. Here’s a short excerpt: “Sherilyn Adams, head of a leading nonprofit in the state helping homeless youths, questions the results of the one-night count, saying homeless kids “know very well how to hide.” Other tallies indicate there are more kids…

  5. New data on youth experiencing homelessness – 2017 PIT Count released

    On Fri, June 16, San Francisco’s Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing released the 2017 San Francisco Point-in-Time (“PIT”) Count report. On one night in January, volunteers canvassed the City to count the number of people experiencing homelessness. The PIT Count attempts to capture anyone who is visibly homeless in San Francisco, both in shelters…

  6. A Pledge For S.F.’s Homeless Youth – SF Weekly

    Thanks to SF Weekly for their coverage on Mayor Lee and Supervisor Sheehy’s plan to dedicated $1.54 million toward San Francisco’s homeless youth. Larkin Street will receive a grant of $289,000 to increase services to the LGBTQ youth. The remainder of funds will be dispersed among multiple other programs throughout the city who serve this vulnerable…

  7. Mayor Edwin M. Lee and Supervisor Jeff Sheehy announce new investments for transitional age youth programs

    UPDATE: The San Francisco Chronicle just posted coverage of today’s meeting, and shared more background. Read more in the Chronicle‘s SF supervisor, mayor earmark more money for homeless youth   Mayor Edwin M. Lee and Supervisor Jeff Sheehy today announced $1.54 million in increased funding for services to support San Francisco’s youth, particularly those experiencing homelessness….

  8. We need your help! Support state funding for runaway and homeless youth

    Larkin Street has joined the National Network for Youth to encourage sustained funding and congressional support for the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act (RHYA) and Education for Homeless Children and Youth Act (EHCY), and we need your help! We urge everyone who is concerned with the well-being of children, families, and youth to take the…

  9. Photos from the Bay Area CFO of the Year Awards – May 24, 2017

    Our 12th annual CFO of the Year Awards was wonderful! More than 500 guests helped us recognize the Winners and Finalists for the 2017 CFO of the Year, including 2017 Hall of Fame – Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Robin L. Washington, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Gilead Sciences, Inc. Robin delivered an exceptionally moving acceptance…

  10. Photos from the Second Annual Uncorked with Friends of Larkin Street – April 27, 2017

    What a night! This year we gathered at Tank18 to eat, drink, and raise money for Larkin Street Youth Services. The Second Annual Uncorked with Friends of Larkin Street was a night of great wine and even better company, with a silent auction that kept us on our toes and an open bar that kept conversations flowing! The food was delicious,…