|St. Cyprian’s is proud to host some of The Village Project’s programs serving children from San Francisco’s Western Addition neighborhood. Now we are asking you to make a donation to help us support this non-sectarian program that works “bring together resources and programs to enhance the economic, educational, social and cultural well-being of children.” They offer programs to “promote community unity, cultural awareness, connectedness, and engagement among diverse populations. Our target demographic resides in underserved communities such as public and subsidized housing.”
You can give online using the donation button to the right or send a check to us at St. Cyprian’s Church, 2097 Turk Blvd., San Francisco, CA 94115 – please note your gift si to help host The Village Project.
Adrian Williams serves as the director of The Village Project, a non-profit, community-based organization providing a safe haven for academic, cultural and enrichment activities for youth 6 to 17 and their families, and organizer of major events that bring the community together. We are seeking support from the community to help cover our costs for hosting these non-sectarian Village Project programs in our building:
We continue to support the Ms. Williams and her work through The Village Project. Financial reality compels us to seek support from our members. the neighborhood, and our community to help cover the cost of making our facilities available to The Village Project. We are seeking support from the community to help cover our costs for hosting these non-sectarian Village Project programs in our building:
After School Program
During the academic year, on two days a week we offer our Community Room and kitchen to The Village Project for their afterschool program. Activities range from cooking projects focused on healthy eating to cultural enrichment exercises and art projects.
From the end of San Franciso’s public school year through the last week in July we host the five-day-a-week Village Project Summer Program. This program’s offering range from reading clinics and field trips to sports and teen financial wellness coaching.
We host the final night of San Francisco’s annual Kwanzaa celebration which honors Imani or – faith. The evening helps us “believe with all our heart in our people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders and the righteousness and victory of our struggle.” Kwanzaa SF is coordinated and sponsored by The Village Project. Please help us host The Village project by making a donation today!