Support more housing for homeless San Franciscans.
Mayor London Breed has made the following bold commitment:
As San Francisco’s next mayor, I will secure 1,000 units of housing for people experiencing homelessness within my first year of taking office. This will be in addition to the existing pipeline of supportive housing and any temporary housing solutions we put in place.
I support Mayor Breed's pledge and urge her to turn her campaign promise into action.
Today, one percent of San Franciscans experience homelessness, according to the last point-in-time count.
It would take less than one percent of the City’s housing stock to house every unsheltered person in San Francisco on any given night, and it would take less than one percent of City budget to provide this population with a rent subsidy to keep them housed each year.
Tipping Point and members of the community, including civic, business, philanthropic and housing leaders, are asking each mayoral candidate to commit to ‘1 Year – 1,000 Homes,’ securing 1,000 units of housing for the homeless within their first year of taking office.
*Angela Alioto, London Breed, Amy Farah Weiss, Jane Kim and Mark Leno