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Affordable Housing for Mission District San Francisco Residents

The Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) and BRIDGE Housing Corporation propose to co-develop and preserve the Mission/Castro cluster, a grouping of over 400 apartments for seniors, to sustain and expand affordable housing opportunities in San Francisco. With this partnership, the power of MEDA’s community-based vision and asset-building approach will be complemented by BRIDGE’s strength as…

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Disconnected in a Neighborhood of Tech Workers

Saturday morning, February 22nd, at Plaza Adelante we welcomed Mission District families to get connected to technology! Get Connected! day is a partnership with the Mission Promise Neighborhood and the California Emerging Technology Fund to make sure that every student and family in the Mission has a computer and internet at home, and the resources to use these tools…

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MEDA Addresses Need for Low-Cost Broadband Access to FCC

Mission Promise Neighborhood Technology Manager Richard Abisla recently stressed the importance of low-cost broadband access to FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler. At MEDA we are committed to making sure low-income families have affordable broadband access at home. We’ve helped 150 families get connected in the past year and we’re working hard to make sure that EVERY…

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MEDA Celebrates 40 Years

More than 300 guests attended MEDA’s 40th Anniversary Event on September 26, 2013. San Francisco City Hall was beautifully lit for the occasion and as you will see in this short video, it was a magical evening filled with great food, great music and a spirit of celebration and accomplishments. Viva MEDA! Meda 40th Anniversary…

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San Francisco housing dreams haunted by debt

San Francisco Chronicle wrote an article about the importance of financial capability services and a collective effort to ensure housing for a San Francisco family. For MEDA’s credit building services call 415.282.3334 x115 or email financialed@medasf.org Read online _______________________________ By Marisa Lagos Thursday, December 5, 2013 The Ramirez family dreamed about a home of their…

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Fair Housing – Know Your Rights

You have a right to equal opportunity in the rental, purchase, financing and insuring of homes. Housing discrimination is the denial of equal opportunity in the rental, purchase, financing and insuring of homes because of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, familial status or handicap. If you think you have been the victim of discrimination, report…

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