SF Bay Guardian profiles Jose-Luis Mejia at TAYSF for his Children’s Fund advocacy

Apr 30th, 2014 | By | Category: TAYSF in the News

JL_profile2Jose-Luis Mejia of TAYSF and CTAB pushed City Hall to meet the needs of disconnected young people in our City this week, the SF Bay Guardian reports:

“As associate director of Transitional Age Youth San Francisco, Mejia was part of a grassroots coalition that has been working for about two years on crafting a measure that aims to increase funding for youth programs, seeking to give a boost to transitional-age youth services in particular.

The culmination of that effort was today’s introduction at the Board of Supervisors of a suite of new proposals to support youth programs, including a pair of charter amendments that will appear on the November ballot…”

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