Ask the Mayor and Supervisors to Keep Us Connected!

Online Postcard: Please add your name and address below. We’ll print your postcard and deliver it along with all the others we collect at the Board of Supervisors Budget Hearing on June 19th. Join us if you can!

DearSupervisor-KeepUsConnectedDear Mayor and Supervisors,

Everybody wants to feel included. We want to stay connected to our family, our friends, our healthcare providers, to job and lifelong learning opportunities, and to our world.

For seniors and people with disabilities computer trainers and volunteer tutors are our guides to using computers and the Internet. They are patient and friendly. They speak our language (Cantonese, Russian, Spanish, English and more) and understand our needs.

The SF Connected program has helped many of us. But almost one third of SF seniors and people with disabilities are still not online.

Please continue to support SF Connected and commit $750,000 more annually so that the program can reach even more people. All seniors and people with disabilities deserve to stay connected.

Sincerely,

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Help Spread the Word

1. Join us as we set up a table to collect postcards every Tuesday starting June 2 from 11:30 to 1:30 on the plaza side of City Hall.  

2. Like the Keep Us Connected Campaign on Facebook to stay up to date and join the conversation.

3. Be responsible for bringing postcards to groups you belong to and collecting to bring or mail back by June 16 to 1360 to 1340 Mission Street, 4th Floor – just email marie@sfcommunityliving.org to tell us how many and what languages and we will get them to you.

For your convenience, you can also download and print out postcards in English, Chinese, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

4. Read more about the Keep Us Connected Campaign and download other useful materials.