Mission Economic Development Agency

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San Francisco’s Mission District has always been a supportive place for low-income and immigrant Latinos, but it’s now one of the most unaffordable neighborhoods in the country. In fact, 8,000 Latinos have been forced from their homes in the last decade — that’s over 25 percent of this community. MEDA is using our 40+ years of experience to keep Latinos and working families 
in the Mission District and help them thrive. We are investing in people’s lives through affordable housing, career and small-business development, financial coaching, education and more. We work collaboratively and need your help to rebuild this community. Would you be interested in supporting our work?

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