San Francisco Kids in Garden Program (2006)

Kids in Garden Program

$2500 to The Watershed Project for workshop supplies, printing, worms and worm bins, and plant propagation supplies for the San Francisco Kids in Garden Program. Since 1988, San Francisco Beautiful has been helping neighbors realize their dreams for a more beautiful city with small grants. Through our grant program we were able to revitalize community assets […]

Hillcrest Elementary School Mosaic Tile Mural (2005)

Hillcrest Elementary School

$5000 to Hillcrest Elementary School for supplies and an art consultant to work with students creating the tile artwork. Since 1988, San Francisco Beautiful has been helping neighbors realize their dreams for a more beautiful city with small grants. Through our grant program we were able to revitalize community assets like gardens, create innovative new opportunities […]

Lakeshore Elementary School Garden Classroom (2004)

Lakeshore Elementary

$2500 to Lakeshore Elementary School PTA’s Garden Classroom Project for supplies and materials to create a new learning garden. Since 1988, San Francisco Beautiful has been helping neighbors realize their dreams for a more beautiful city with small grants. Through our grant program we were able to revitalize community assets like gardens, create innovative new opportunities […]

Monroe Elementary School Lisbon Street Mural (2004)

Monroe Elementary

$3000 to Monroe Elementary School PTA’s Lisbon Street Mosaic Mural for the design and materials to create a butterfly theme mural at 260 Madrid Street. Since 1988, San Francisco Beautiful has been helping neighbors realize their dreams for a more beautiful city with small grants. Through our grant program we were able to revitalize community assets […]

UN Plaza – Play, Pause, Connect (2014-15)

Pause, Play, Connect

UN Plaza is named after the United Nations, whose charter was signed in San Francisco, just two blocks away. Fulton Street at Hyde Streets were closed to create this 2.5-acre pedestrian space in the 70s as a part of the Market Street Reconstruction Project which coincided with building of the Market Street BART stations in San […]