Our Committees!

Join a committee!  Contribute to the future of the District!

All our meetings are free and open to all. 

Committee meetings are currently held on Zoom.   

For meeting information, visit our:
Home page’s “Timely Reminders” post or,
Our Events List / Calendar, or
Our Facebook Events page.

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Our current committees:
Arts and Culture Committee
Communications Committee
Diversity and Membership Committee
Fundraising Committee
Land Use Committee
Other Groups (Artist Opportunities, Volunteers, Save SOMA Network)
General Information about Committee Meetings and Membership

Arts and Culture Committee – fourth Thursdays, 6-7pm

This committee advocates for creative activity in the Cultural District, organizes events, performances, public art, and gallery shows, and explores opportunities to attract and support leather and LGBTQ artists in the Cultural District.  Please contact the Arts and Culture Committee chair for more info!

Communications Committee – second Thursdays, 6-7pm

This committee handles the Cultural District’s social media and digital presence, public relations, branding, event promotion, and outreach to clubs, organizations, and individuals.  Contact the Communications Committee chair for more info!

Diversity & Membership Committee-first Thursdays, 6-7pm

This committee recruits individual members and works with other committees to ensure diversity of membership, programs and participants. Contact the Diversity & Membership Committee chair for more info!

Fundraising Committee – select Tuesdays, 5-6pm

This committee plans the District’s fundraising events, LeatherWalk and the Golden Dildeaux Awards.  Its work also includes planning other fundraising events and campaigns, exploring grant opportunities, and creating materials to generate donations to support the work of the organization.  Please contact the Fundraising Committee chair for more info.

Land Use Committee – second Monday, 6:30-7:30

This committee tracks construction projects and developments in the District, and working with developers and city agencies to mitigate the effects of gentrification.

The Land Use Committee also works to preserve culturally and historically significant buildings, businesses, organizations, traditions, arts, events, and aesthetics, to protect tenants from displacement, and to promote affordable housing in the District.  Contact the Land Use Committee chair for more info.

Other mail lists

Information about opportunities and programs:  murals, commissions, grant possibilities, etc. Join our Artists mailing list.

Our volunteer opportunities include greeting the public at event info booths, helping distribute posters and flyers, and helping with special projects throughout the year.   Join our Volunteers mailiing list.

Join the “Save SOMA Action Network” for opportunities to advocate for our District, our businesses, and community institutions through letter writing and speaking at City hearings.  Join our “Save SOMA Action Network”.

General Information 

Our meetings are free and open to all. Unless otherwise noted, all in-person meeting locations are ADA compliant and wheelchair accessible.

ASL interpreters will be provided if requested at least ten days in advance. Please send requests to manager@sflcd.org.

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