Virtual Veterans Job Fair & Open House 2022

On November 10th there will be a Virtual Job Fair & Open House from 1:00pm to 3:30pm sponsored by UCSF. There will be opportunities to network with UCSF and community partners who are focused on serving veterans. Access resources and gain insider tips to support your job search. There will be Keynote speakers at the event, Chancellor Sam Hawgood and […]

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Free Massage Sessions for Veterans

The Diamond Pain Relief & Wellness business located at 1841 Lombard Street is giving 25 free massage sessions to Veterans and their families who sign up in September as part of their “WeGiveBack” community campaign. Please login to: DiamondWellness.com/WeGiveBack-Contact, or you can call Alex at (415) 921-1290 to make an appointment. Please tell him you live or work in San […]

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11th Annual Bikes-4-Vets

A bicycle give away for local veterans. There will be up to 100 refurbished and safety inspected bicycles to be given to qualified first-time and deserving veterans. You must take a safety class prior to going to the Saturday November 19th bike distribution which will be held at the Atwater Tavern, 295 Terry A Francois Blvd., San Francisco. The check-in […]

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Info on the November 8th Election

A note from the Department of Elections’ Outreach Team regarding the 3 important changes to the administration of the November 8th election, secure options for voting, and voter educational materials. For any questions please email sfoutreach@sfgov.org or call (415) 554-5685. With yet another important election around the corner – the November 8, 2022 election – we thank you, in advance, for […]

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National Veterans Creative Arts Festival

Any San Francisco VA Veteran is eligible to submit Creative or Performance Art for judgement into the National Competition. The local San Francisco VA show will be held on September 22, 2022. Event details: Where: Room 210 in the Veterans War Memorial Building, 401 Van Ness Ave., San FranciscoWhen: September 22, 2022, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PMContact: Sharmayne Yusuff: sharmayne.yusuff@va.gov […]

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Chaplain Fred McDonald & The McDonald Peace Windows

WWII National WWII Museum, September 21, 2022, Kimberly Guise, International Peace Day focuses on building a peaceful and prosperous future. The exhibition Remembered Light spotlights the McDonald Peace Windows and how one chaplain’s remembrances of destruction were woven into new, imaginative works of art out of the ruins and devastation of war. “Days of war are hard times and breed many […]

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Remembered Light: The McDonald WWII Peace Windows

Remembered Light — The McDonald WindowsAugust 28-November 20Wednesdays-Sundays, 1-6pmVeterans Gallery SF401 Van Ness Ave. Ste 102 San Francisco, CA 94102Contact: Interfaith Presidio interfaithpresidio.org/ “…Chaplain McDonald’s family commissioned 13 artists to create what are now known as the “McDonald Windows”, a collection of stained glass windows and other glass art pieces, representing a universal hope for peace. In 1999, the Interfaith Center at the […]

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Waging Peace Exhibit Thru 8/14

The war in Vietnam, the 60’s, the draft, the resistance, the protests, the movement in San Francisco and beyond. Check out a free exhibit at the San Francisco Veterans Building Waging Peace in Vietnam: US Soldiers & Veterans Who Opposed the War. It explores the courage and creativity – and true patriotism – of GIs in their opposition to the […]

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Low-Cost Taxi Rides

The City of San Francisco through the SFMTA started a pandemic program where residents who are 65+ or have a disability can get an Essential Trip Card for taxi rides. The fee is $6 for a $30 credit, or $12 for a $60 credit per month. The program uses taxis to take people on essential trips like going to the grocery store, pharmacy or […]

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