London Breed’s budget proposal could put nonprofit groups on chopping block

London Breed’s budget proposal could put nonprofit groups on chopping block


San Francisco nonprofit groups are sounding the alarm after Democratic Mayor London Breed’s newest budget proposal threatens to leave many of them out in the cold. 

Breed’s plan, which was released last week, attempts to close a nearly $800 million two-year deficit while making good on campaign promises to beef up the city’s police department, reduce homelessness, and spark the economic revitalization of downtown San Francisco. 

San Francisco Mayor London Breed speaks to supporters at an election night party, Tuesday, March, 5, 2024, in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Godofredo A. Vásquez)

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“It is clear that the San Francisco budget will be balanced on the backs of the working class residents of San Francisco,” the People’s Budget Coalition, which formed in response to last year’s budget process, said

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