Resources & Updates 
December 21st, 2021
News & Events


Events, Meetings & Resources

Mo'MAGIC Holiday Visit to the Presidio

A BIG THANK YOU!!! to the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Presidio Trust, Jen, Rebekah & Amy for making our Mo'MAGIC My Park Moment Holiday Visit to the Presidio a huge success and to those that were able to join us for a nice photo show tour and fun wreath making.  We wish you all happy and safe holidays!

Check out our 2021 Youth Showcase Stream here!

Wakanda Winter Wonderland

Mo'MAGIC sends our appreciation and gratitude to the African American Arts & Culture Complex for hosting their annual Holiday Fair and partnering with Ella Hill Hutch and Freedom West Homes to activate our spaces continuing to build collaboration in our community.

Intergenerational Wreath Making

Thank you to Citizen Film for hosting another great intergenerational event. Shout out to Magic Zone and Booker T. Washington for creating holiday wreaths with our seniors in community.

Holiday Food Box 16 Years of Success

Thank you to everyone that volunteered and Thank you to Bi-Rite, Kaiser, Northern Police Station, and Bob for another successful Holiday Food Box giveaway. 

Virtual Programs for Youth & Teens

SFUSD Free Meals & Resources

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Slow Streets Program to Help With Social Distancing

The SFMTA is implementing a new program, Slow Streets, to limit through traffic on certain residential streets and allow them to be used more as a shared space for foot and bicycle traffic.

Support for Children and Families

Enrichment Activites SF Loves Learning

275+ activies for childern while parents are working remotely.
Mental Health

Need to explain what is COVID-19 to your children? This handy comic might just be what you need.

Urban Services YMCA

YMCA is Hiring for an Administrative Program Specialist. 
Position Description
Under the supervision of the Director, the Administrative Program Specialist (APS) is responsible for ensuring that FRC clients receive the highest quality services and are appropriately connected to information and referrals at WA FRC and in the community as needed. The APS’ functions include maintaining a safe and operational office environment, performing basic administrative duties such as answering phones and greeting participants, conducting intake and screening, providing appropriate information, materials or referrals, assisting drop-in participants, inputting client data and attendance, providing Child watch, mentoring and training volunteers, and coordinating/planning community events, outreach.

This position is concerned with the delivery of services in the community. To this end the  Administrative Program Specialist must have the interpersonal skills to interact effectively with families identified as being at risk for abuse/neglect or out of home placement while imparting knowledge about community resources that may be of assistance to the families. Effective oral and written communication skills with families and youth, and the ability to clearly document outcome and data per program protocols are all necessary. The APS adheres to all confidentiality procedures.

Please click here to apply.

To learn more about the progress of the Geary Rapid Transit, please click here.
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