The city has recently decided that anyone that does not comply with their goals to hire as locally as possible will be penalized. This means subcontractors on construction projects will now be required to hire construction labor within the communities that they are building. When corporate newcomer Lowes started construction on Bayshore, the city had not yet finalized its ideals.
However, Lowes wanted to show its solidarity with the city and offered a gift to those who need it the most. Within the Mission District is an organization that focuses on temporary labor for the underemployed. Yelp.com has many reviews that praise the Mission Day Laborer Program.
In addition to small jobs around the house that involve repairs, staff are also available for errands and concierge services. Common assignments include housecleaning and personal assistant temporary assignments.
The $100,000 commitment to the organization will definitely help others succeed financially. Please call (415) 252-5375 to set up a job.