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Habitat Greater San Francisco Virtual Brown Bag: Neighborhood Revitalization
November 2016 

Our Neighborhood Revitalization program is rapidly growing – and for good reason. So many long-time homeowners in the Bayview and East Palo Alto are struggling to remain in their homes. They don’t have the resources to repair stairs that are disintegrating, fences that have fallen down, or windows vulnerable to break-ins – all of which add to a neighborhood’s visual blight and to the feelings of insecurity among residents and visitors.

Habitat for Humanity Virtual Brown Bag: Neighborhood Revitalization
This Brown Bag was recorded in November of 2016
Maureen Sedonaen, Chief Executive Officer
Sara Brissenden-Smith, Director of Neighborhood Revitalization
Lauren ShaughnessyDirector of Measurement and Learning



Watch our other Virtual Brown Bags:

  1. Virtual Brown Bag on Home Repair Impact, recorded in February of 2018
  2. Virtual Brown Bag on Advocacy and Housing Policy, recorded in November of 2017
  3. Virtual Brown Bag on Volunteerism, recorded in April of 2017
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