As the year comes to an end, we want to thank all of our member companies and supporters who make our work possible and we are excited to share our Annual Report for 2016.
In these five short years, we’ve watched our City by the Bay grow into the world’s leading hotbed of innovation, home to more than 2,000 tech companies. We’ve worked hard to promote and lead forward-thinking initiatives that make San Francisco a better place to live and work. This past year we advocated for commonsense policies, significantly expanded our Circle the Schools program both locally and internationally, and convened our members through our One City Forum event series. Read more about it in our report and learn about some of the exciting projects and partnerships going on with the tech sector and the San Francisco community
We look forward to the year ahead as we continue to grow and we wish you all a Happy New Year!
IT’S NOT TOO LATE!
Donate To The San Francisco Firefighters Toy Program
- Host a toy collection barrel in your office.
- Donate online at www.sffirefighterstoys.org – All San Francisco Fire Stations are a drop off point for collecting toys. It’s a great way to visit a SF Fire Station and donate!
- Volunteer – The Toy Program is now scheduling volunteer day for companies that would like to get a first-hand view of what the Toy Program is really about. Each day a different firehouse cooks lunch for the volunteers and everyone is welcome to sing karaoke and have fun!
Welcome new sf.citi member Gnowbe
Based in San Francisco, one of our newly founded member companies, Gnowbe enables mobile learning with its interactive content app. They plan to expand their team in the coming year and work on integrating with the San Francisco community. Gnowbe believes organizations and brands have the means to teach and share knowledge with the world. Their team is excited to use tech as a way to humanize the world and give back.
We are excited to have Gnowbe on board and look forward to working with them!