Tech Leaders Donate $5 Million To House Homeless Veterans In SF Mission Bay

(Photo via Bay City News)


San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced a new public-private partnership to construct new housing for formerly homeless veterans and families in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood.
Lee, along with tech investor Ron Conway and Salesforce chief executive officer Marc Benioff, said a plot at 1150 Third St., near Mission Rock Street, is the intended site of an apartment building consisting of 50 housing units for formerly homeless veterans and 50 more for formerly homeless families, with one unit for an on-site manager.
Located close to the proposed site of the new Golden Gate Warriors stadium, the one-acre plot is now comprised of a large parking lot with cracked pavement and tufts of grass poking through.
The announcement Friday, just prior to the Memorial Day weekend, of $5 million in private contributions from technology and business leaders via the San Francisco Citizens Initiative for Technology & Innovations, known as, warmed the soul of Vietnam veteran and formerly homeless man, Duane Ray.
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