• Women’s Equality Day

    Commemorating Women’s Equality Day on the 101st anniversary of women earning the right to vote, Congresswoman Pelosi joined Mayor London Breed, City Administrator Carmen Chu, elected officials and community leaders as they held their ballots and encouraged women to vote in every election.
  • Telephone Town Hall on Build Back Better Agenda

    On Wednesday, August 18th, 2021, I had the opportunity to engage with the San Francisco community to discuss Democrats’ work to Build Back Better For The People, including the care economy, climate change, infrastructure and more.
  • Lower Health Care Costs For the People

    Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi joins local health care leaders and a San Francisco family benefitting from lower health care costs at San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center to highlight the Affordable Care Act enhancements in the Biden-Harris American Rescue Plan and House Democrats’ efforts to lower prescription drug costs through H.R.3, the Elijah E. Cummings Lower Drug Costs Now Act.
  • Rental Assistance Available

    Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi joins local leaders and families who have benefitted from the $46 billion in federal Emergency Rental Assistance funds as part of the Biden-Harris American Rescue Plan at La Raza Community Resource Center in the Mission District. You can apply for rental assistance and get more information at sf.gov/renthelp and housingiskey.com.
  • Congressional Art Competition

    Congratulations to Lowell High School junior, Nancy Hu, winner of the Congressional Art Competition for California’s 12th Congressional District. Selected by the Office of Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi and a group of San Francisco artists, Nancy’s work, The Third Eye: From The Other Side, will be on display in the United States’ Capitol – giving Members of Congress, staff and visitors the opportunity to enjoy her work alongside other exceptional pieces of art from around the country for the next year.
  • Child Tax Credit National Awareness Day Roundtable

    Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, Golden State Opportunity, United Way Bay Area and Children's Defense Fund – California joined a virtual roundtable to ensure all eligible families receive the American Rescue Plan’s enhanced Child Tax Credit. This event was part of the Biden-Harris Administration’s Child Tax Credit Awareness Day to ensure parents know about the American Rescue Plan’s historic expansion of the Child Tax Credit and how it will benefit their families.
  • Celebrating SF Pride

    Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi celebrates San Francisco Pride at Oracle Park with artist Freddie Seipoldt, Rock M Sakura, and SF Pride Executive Director Fred Lopez. Throughout Pride Month, we take time to celebrate the beauty and the bravery of our LGBTQ community, commemorate the progress made in the fight for full equality, and honor the heroes who have been part of this mission over the decades!
  • Combatting Antisemitism

    Congresswoman Pelosi visits a local business in the Mission which was recently attacked with antisemitic graffiti. The recent spike in antisemitic incidents in San Francisco and around the country is horrific and cannot continue. Antisemitism cannot be tolerated. Period. We must come together as Americans to condemn and combat this appalling bigotry and hatred. (photo credit: Lisa Frare)
  • Care Economy Week of Action

    Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi joins San Francisco caregivers, families and advocates at Mission Neighborhood Centers’ new child care center to discuss the importance of investing in caregiving. Congressional Democrats are supporting President Biden’s American Jobs and Families Plans to secure robust investments in care for children and families to help Americans get back to work, support small businesses, create good-paying jobs and grow the economy.
  • Listening to Local Latino Leaders

    Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi hosts a virtual roundtable with leaders from San Francisco’s Latino community to hear about community priorities and to discuss the disproportionate economic and health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Latino community.