COVID-19 Response and Support
It is critical that our City, with the necessary assistance from the State and Federal governments, steps up relief for workers and small businesses who are struggling to make ends meet in this moment. There are valiant efforts from the City and County to prioritize immediate relief for low-income families, tenants and working class homeowners, vulnerable workers who are now out of work, and small businesses who risk closure-- Connie strongly supports these immediate relief policy proposals coming forth from the Mayor and the Board of Supervisors. And once we are through the immediate crisis and the shelter-in-place is lifted, Connie will advocate for a “New Start San Francisco” plan, to reinvigorate our economy and our neighborhoods.
In our neighborhood, Connie is focused on support for our most vulnerable community members-- those over 60 and those with compromised immune systems. The Richmond District is fortunate to have a strong network of senior services, but Connie and campaign volunteers have been doing wellness checks and calling to touch base with seniors in the neighborhood who may not be connected with existing services and may be in need of groceries or medicine pick-ups. Please contact us about how to get involved in this effort!
The coming months will be an incredibly trying time for our city and our communities – but we will get through this by coming together and taking care of our neighbors who need help.