Since 1996, San Francisco-based Community Initiatives has been supporting community projects, ideas, and partnerships with fiscal sponsorship. With the support of shared 501(c)3 status, and back office services like financial management, human resources, and grant management, sponsored projects can focus on what matters most—delivering public good to communities.

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May Featured Project: Youth SEED

Youth SEED (Youth Social Entrepreneurship for Equitable Development) trains Bay Area youth to use social entrepreneurship as a tool for building equity in low-income communities, and has funded and launched over 30 youth-led social enterprises. On May 23rd, nine teams of youth from the year-long Youth HUB Fellowship program (facilitated by Youth SEED) will present their proposals for social enterprises designed to create a more equitable economy in Oakland. Purchase event tickets, learn more, and show your support on Facebook and Twitter.