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MEDA Helping Small Businesses Thrive: Breakfast Little

MEDA’s Strategic Plan 2017-2020 re-envisions its work via five measurable results to be achieved for the San Francisco Mission District community by 2020. RESULT 5: THE MISSION IS A STRONG AND SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY FOR LATINO RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES AND INSTITUTIONS MEDA is committed to ensuring the Mission District retains its historic and current identity as a strong…

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USF Computer Donations Take a Byte Out of the Digital Divide in San Francisco’s Mission District

Most of us take for granted having a laptop or desktop computer to use. These devices are a necessity: It’s no easy task for a student to write an in-depth report on their smartphone, or for a jobseeker to swipe up and fill out a multi-page employment application. And forget about multitasking. Even those cleverly…

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MEDA’s Celina Castro-Saelao and Lucia Obregon Chosen for NALCAB Colegio Fellowships

Christopher Gil Associate Director of Marketing and Communications Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) (415) 282-3334 ext. 152 cgil@medasf.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Feb. 15, 2019 MEDA’s Celina Castro-Saelao and Lucia Obregon Chosen for NALCAB Colegio Fellowships Program fosters next generation of Latino leaders San Francisco — The National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders (NALCAB) just…

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MEDA Helping Mission Small Businesses Thrive: Artillery AG

MEDA’s Strategic Plan 2017-2020 re-envisions its work via five measurable results to be achieved for the San Francisco Mission District community by 2020. RESULT 5: THE MISSION IS A STRONG AND SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY FOR LATINO RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES AND INSTITUTIONS MEDA is committed to ensuring the Mission District retains its historic and current identity as a strong…

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MEDA Speech at Casa Adelante – 2060 Folsom Groundbreaking

Luis Granados speech Welcome. My name is Luis Granados and I am the Chief Executive Officer of the Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA). It is an honor to be standing here today. The adjacent park and this parking lot were long-fought-for as community benefits. It is great to see that In Chan Kaajal Park has…

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Mayor London Breed and Community Leaders Celebrate the Groundbreaking of Casa Adelante – 2060 Folsom Affordable Housing in the Mission District

Christopher Gil Associate Director of Marketing and Communications Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) (415) 282-3334 ext. 152 cgil@medasf.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jan. 30, 2019 Mayor London Breed and Community Leaders Celebrate the Groundbreaking of Casa Adelante – 2060 Folsom Affordable Housing in the Mission District Casa Adelante will provide 127 permanently affordable apartments for low-income…

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Victoria Para Victoria Nieto: Aseguró Vivienda Económica en San Francisco

(English follows Spanish) No es una tarea fácil llegar con $4,000 para pagar la renta cada mes especialmente cuando una mamá soltera tiene que cuidar a su hija de 5 años. Eso era lo que la familia de  Victoria Nieto, una inmigrante de El Salvador estaba tratando de hacer para mantener su vivienda. La familia…

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¡Sí, Se Puede! Working Collectively to Increase Latino Family Leadership through Abriendo Puertas in the Mission District of San Francisco

Co-authored by: Associate Director Liz Cortez, Mission Promise Neighborhood Early Learning Program Manager Ada Alvarado Freund, Mission Promise Neighborhood Abriendo Puertas Professional Learning Community includes the following partners: Felton Institute Good Samaritan Family Resource Center Homeless Prenatal Program Mission Neighborhood Centers San Francisco Unified School District – Early Education Department Support for Families Introduction Abriendo Puertas/Opening…

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Imara Duarte Persevera: Asegura Una Nueva Casa de BMR, y Tiene Interés de Comenzar Una Pequeña Empresa

(English follows Spanish) por Alejandro Bautista Imara Duarte abandonó su tierra natal a los doce años en 1984 cuando su padre solicitó a ella y el resto de su familia, para que vinieran a los Estados Unidos en búsqueda de una vida mejor. El área de la bahía de San Francisco ha sido su hogar…

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MLK Sought Equity for all Communities of Color

The late Martin Luther King Jr.’s values were consistent with MEDA’s five core values, especially that of fairness and equity, which the organization defines as follows: We value equity and fairness in how we work together, in our relations with our community and in the society we aim to help create. Our efforts toward fairness…

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