Miracle Messages and Union Square BID to launch “Miracle Friends” First-of-its-kind Phone-Based “buddy system” designed to re-united people experiencing homelessness with support network
Even E.T. could phone home with the help of his buddy Elliot. But, what if you had no home to phone? What if you had no buddy?
If ever there was a time to make the Season Bright – brighter than the year that has been – that time is now.
Kicking off San Francisco’s “Safe Shopper” campaign for the 2020 Holiday Season, this event will introduce the San Francisco Police Department’s newly created Community Ambassador program.
Spurred by the societal-altering impact of COVID-19 and its subsequent economic impact, the Union Square Business Improvement District is reaching out to find out how to ready itself for a new generation of visitors with an online survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/UnionSquare2020Survey .
Union Square BID's Karin Flood welcomes back San Francisco's iconic cable cars. SF's beloved icons will host socially distant photo opps Saturday, Tuesday and Thursday's from 10am - 3pm at Powell Street Cable Car Turnaround! No rides yet, but a step forward!
Paint the Void, a nonprofit initiative created in collaboration with Building 180 and Art for Civil Discourse, is partnering with the Union Square Business Improvement District to unveil two new murals.
In a late afternoon press announcement yesterday, San Francisco Mayor London N. Breed, Dr.
In an effort to alleviate homelessness, the Union Square Business Improvement District has collaborated with Downtown Streets Team to provide work opportunities for homeless or near homeless individuals.