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City Visions: December 16, 2013
Real Estate Boom Squeezes SF's Nonprofits
As commercial rents around the city continue to rise, are San Francisco's nonprofits at risk of displacement? City Visions host Joseph Pace and guests discuss how local social services, arts and faith-based organizations are coping with double digit rent increases -- and what can be done to help them remain in the communities they serve.
Producer: Susie Britton
- Supervisor Jane Kim, representing San Francisco's District 6, which includes the Tenderloin, Mid-Market, and South of Market neighborhoods.
-Brian Cheu, Director of Community Development, Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development.
-Debbi Lerman, Administrator of the San Francisco Human Services Network, an association of over 110 community-based nonprofit agencies dedicated to addressing issues critical to the city's health and human services sector.
-Michael Pappas, Executive Director of the San Francisco Interfaith Council, a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the community, bringing people together to build understanding and celebrating our diverse faiths and spiritual traditions.