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Exciting New ProjectsJuly 2017
Welcome to Ground Floor’s Newest Clients!
Here at Ground Floor, we pride ourselves on knowing San Francisco in and out. Part of the reason for that is the time we’ve spent here, but we also credit our clients who provide a window into how the City and its neighborhoods are evolving. This month we are thrilled to welcome two new clients doing big things to contribute to the ever-changing San Francisco.
The East Cut Community Benefit District
Ground Floor is proud to represent San Francisco’s newest community benefit district, The East Cut CBD. The East Cut unites and gives voice to residents and workers in the diverse and fast-growing neighborhoods of Rincon Hill, Transbay and Folsom – all south of Market and near the Embarcadero. The East Cut is an ambassador for visitors, delivers on robust quality of life services, promotes culture and overall fosters a more connected community.
Learn more about the value that The East Cut brings to its constituents on a daily basis and find out if your office or home resides in The East Cut on their website.
Goodwill of San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin
We are excited to work with Goodwill of San Francisco to advance the organization’s mission of breaking the cycle of poverty through the power of work. Goodwill’s robust job training and placement programs are a critical bridge to employment for local people in need, and deserve to be front page news. With our help, they will be.
Meet Ground Floor’s Summer Fellow
Jannely Rodriguez is Ground Floor’s Summer Fellow. Jannely is a recent graduate of the University of San Francisco, where she studied Communications and Business. She previously interned for President of the Board of Supervisors, London Breed, as she sought re-election this past November. With an interest in public policy and strategy, Jannely looks forward to learning and working with Ground Floor account executives this summer.
POA Invests in Community
One of Ground Floor’s longest clients, the San Francisco Police Officers Association, is proud to announce the awardee of its quarterly Community Investment Grant, Larkin Street Youth Services! Their $5,000 grant will support YouthForce, Larkin Street’s youth employment services program, designed to provide youth experiencing homelessness in San Francisco with an accelerated pathway to employment. Applications are now open for the third quarter Community Investment Grant, and awardees will be announced at the end of September. Apply today!
Alex and the Ground Floor team