MAY 2020
Your Monthly News & Updates

SF is providing nearly $1 million in mini-grants to neighborhood & women-owned businesses impacted by the pandemic. Mini-grants range from $1,000 to $10,000. To learn more/apply, click here
Text to 911

SF has launched a Text to 911 service to help those unable to safely call 911 during the COVID-19 shelter-in-place order & beyond—such as victims of domestic violence. Learn more.


Today is #GivingTuesdayNow, a global day of giving that is an emergency response to COVID-19. Please click here to support SF SAFE.

San Francisco Extends Stay Home Order throughout May

San Francisco Mayor London Breed and Director of Public Health Dr. Grant Colfax recently announced the city has joined six Bay Area jurisdictions in extending the COVID-19 Stay Home Order through the end of May. Learn more about the extended health order.
SF SAFE Business Security
Tips & Sessions during COVID-19 

Since San Francisco’s Stay at Home Order was enacted, there’s been an unfortunate spike in business break-ins—particularly among restaurants. SF SAFE has taken a two-pronged approach to help keep businesses secure. Learn more. 

De-escalation Tips for Keeping the Peace during the Pandemic

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s easy for people to experience amplified emotions when facing isolation and frustrations in everyday life. Here are some tips to help people learn to control their own behavior during this time of increased stress and anxiety. 

City Unveils Reduced-Cost Rides Program for Seniors & Adults
with Disabilities

Mayor London Breed and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) have teamed up on a temporary Essential Trip Card (ETC) program aimed at assisting seniors and adults with disabilities throughout the Stay Home Order. Get the scoop!
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