Leveraging the collective power of the tech sector as a force for civic action in San Francisco.
San Francisco Citizens Initiative for Technology and Innovation (sf.citi) is a 501(c)6 organization created to leverage the power of the technology community around civic action in San Francisco. sf.citi supports innovative policies and works collaboratively with government to find new solutions to historic problems facing San Francisco, and consolidate a voice in promotion of tech sector interests and growth. Become a member today!
Give Back this Holiday Season!
sf.citi is encouraging you and your company to give back to San Francisco and help those in need. Read more to learn how you can help kids, seniors and families have a happy holiday season. Please contact us at email@example.com if you'd like to get involved with one of these great programs.
sf.citi member companies created 4,700 new jobs in 2012 and will create many more in 2013 by partnering member companies with local schools and nonprofit organizations to establish a job creation pipeline to empower San Franciscans with the tools they need to compete for tech sector jobs.
Piloting creative ways to innovate our local transportation system from real time fleet communication for SFMTA to integrated Waterfront transportation providing visitors, merchants and community with a seamless experience that decreases traffic congestion.
In 2012, sf.citi built a broad coalition and on behalf of the technology industry to successfully pass Proposition E, a business payroll tax reform measure that encourages startup and small business growth.
sf.citi is proud to announce our new partnership with Project Homeless Connect. Click here to find out how you and your company can get involved and help people experiencing homelessness access vital services.
Future Grads, a program launched in 2012 by sf.citi and the SF Police Foundation is dedicated to helping SF high school students graduate and prepare for future careers. Last year, sf.citi placed 20 students in paid summer internships with 12 sf.citi member companies.