Disability-forward housing is becoming a reality in the heart of San Francisco. On June 8th, San Francisco Mayor London Breed and disability community leaders joined The Kelsey, a San Francisco–based nonprofit that co-develops accessible, affordable, inclusive housing, and its co-developer, Mercy Housing California, to celebrate the groundbreaking for The Kelsey Civic Center.
The Kelsey shares key information about the newly released City of San Francisco’s Request for Proposals (RFP) for the future Disability Community Cultural Center (DCCC). Learn more about how you can apply to be the future operator of the DCC by November 23, 2022 at 3PM PST.
The Kelsey is honored to be the recipient of the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ Impact Award recognizing our partnerships to support inclusive housing in San Francisco.
The Kelsey Celebrates affordable, inclusive housing in San Jose
with the Groundbreaking of The Kelsey Ayer Station. This $75M project is underway with thanks to our community, partners, and funders.
Opening Statement “Chairwoman Beatty and Ranking Member Gonzalez, and members of the Diversity and Inclusion Subcommittee, thank you for inviting me to testify today. My name is Allie Cannington, a white queer disabled jew living in Oakland, CA, who has been organizing in the cross-disability rights movement for over a decade. Currently, I am the …