Among American cities, San Francisco is ranked:
#1 for quality of life (Mercer, 2016)
#2 for largest income gap (Brookings, 2015)
#8 for largest homeless population (HUD, 2015)
If you live in or near San Francisco, you’ve likely seen or experienced these issues firsthand. Perhaps after the election, you're looking to take action in your city.
Join us on Friday, December 9 as we continue the conversation about the Future of San Francisco by reviewing how we can use local activism to help those experiencing homelessness.
Activist University is a collaborative, 90-minute session lead by Care2, the world’s largest social media network for good. We’ll provide a step-by-step guide to grassroots organizing, then give you an opportunity to indulge in networking, drinks, and snacks!
Space is limited, so secure your spot today by making a $10 donation to lavamae.org, a local nonprofit that provides mobile sanitation and showers to those in need.
Impact Hub San Francisco is a coworking & events space for a membership community of entrepreneurs, activists, creatives, and professionals taking action to drive positive social and environmental change.
Care2 is a highly-engaged social network of 37 million citizen activists standing together for good and making extraordinary impact- locally, nationally and internationally- by starting petitions and supporting each other’s campaigns.
Started by private citizens who believe that access to showers and toilets shouldn’t be a luxury, Lava Mae seeks to serve those who lack access to what should be basic human rights – showers and sanitation.