Throughout the Bay Area, many organizations are on the front lines of the effort to keep kids and families safe during this public health and economic crisis. In San Francisco, Safe & Sound, a child advocacy organization, has been coordinating efforts among the city’s 26 family resource centers to support families with emergency services, such as parental support stress lines, crisis counseling, food delivery, and other essential needs.
- Katie Albright, JD, Chief Executive Officer, Safe & Sound
- James E. Crawford-Jakubiak, MD, Medical Director, Center for Child Protection, UCSF Children’s Hospital Oakland
- Shelley Hamilton, LCSW Manager, Center for Child Protection, UCSF Children’s Hospital Oakland
This program is open to everyone.
About the FNTR
Launched in 2018, the vision of the FNTR is to foster a vibrant, engaging funder learning community that meaningfully increases the impact of individual and collective efforts to address adversity and build resilience in the San Francisco Bay Area. To help accomplish this, the FNTR hosts various learning and networking opportunities designed to share ideas and build meaningful relationships.