Nonprofit Sustainability Initiative
Real Estate Technical Assistance Application

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Community Vision offers real estate technical assistance to nonprofit organizations at risk of displacement, facing barriers to growth due to real estate constraints, or negotiating commercial leases in new, 100% affordable housing developments. 

We offer the following support services in both individual and workshop settings to 501(c)3 organizations and fiscally-sponsored projects located in San Francisco:

  • Financial planning

  • Space planning

  • Identifying/evaluating potential sites

  • Assistance in lease negotiations

  • Developing construction budgets and project timelines

  • Analyzing potential funding sources

Priority criteria for technical assistance recipients (visit FAQs for definitions and more information on eligibility):

  • Must be facing permanent displacement or barriers to growth due to real estate constraints, or be negotiating a commercial lease in a new, 100% affordable housing development

  • Must be deeply-rooted in low-income and historically-underserved community(ies) in San Francisco

  • Must have a two-year track record of providing services to low-income and historically-underserved community(ies) in San Francisco

  • Can clearly identify how a new space will attract new beneficiaries and better serve current beneficiaries

  • Can demonstrate evidence of planning to mitigate financial risk

Contact Risa Blumlein Keeper, Managing Consultant at Community Vision, with any questions.

Organization Information
Contact Information

Programming and Community Impact

Please list the number of primary and secondary beneficiaries.

Primary  Secondary
Beneficiaries served
Of the beneficiaries listed above, list up to 3 zip codes in order of where the greatest to fewest beneficiaries are served.
Primary Secondary
Zip Code
Zip Code
Zip Code
At Risk of Displacement or
Facing Barriers to Growth due to Real Estate Constraints
If the organization has secured a new space please use the following fields to describe the former space even if the organization has not yet moved.
Negotiating Commercial Lease in New, 100% Affordable Housing Development
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