Help us address critical local needs. CCCBD’s programs and services are made possible by private property owner funding, grants and generous contributions from those who value Civic Center: the City’s neighborhood! The CCCBD is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Donations are tax-deductible under the applicable law. Tax ID #45-2800348

Support Our Programs

2021 Sponsorship Package:
Please join us as a sponsor in 2021 to renew the momentum in Civic Center and welcome back a diverse audience to these iconic central civic spaces. Now more than ever is a critical time to invite the community and visitors back to reconnect with public life, and your participation is greatly appreciated.

Sponsorship Package


Friday Markets:
Help us expand our tradition of successful markets in UN Plaza by bringing back Friday Markets this fall. These Friday afternoon events will feature a local artisan market and free interactive activities. Hot food vendors, seating and live music will make this market a lunchtime destination.


Oktoberfest:
Civic Center Plaza will come alive on Friday evenings in October with food, a beer garden, music and games offering fun for all ages. Be a part of these festivities by sponsoring fall fun in Civic Center Plaza.


Dog Run Sponsorship:
A dog run is coming to United Nations Plaza this fall, an amenity that has generated tremendous community enthusiasm. Lend your support to our furry friends, by helping to build an enclosed play area for the many dogs that live in the neighborhood, while creating a safe and inclusive space for all. Sponsorship opportunities include donor recognition on signage and seating.

Dog Run Flyer


Holiday Fanfare:
Join us in enlivening the District with festive holiday pop up concerts throughout the month of December on Civic Center sidewalks. An annual tradition since 2013, this year we look forward to featuring a diverse array of musical talent from local arts and cultural organizations.


Civic Center Soundtrack:
Daily music playing will lift the spirits of all those passing through UN Plaza, reminding all we are in San Francisco’s premier arts and culture district. This continuous free activation will set a lively tone for the return of new programming at local venues and in the Plaza. The installation of quality sound equipment will also be used to support ongoing special events throughout the year.


Civic Center Plaza Tree Lighting:
Help bring holiday joy to the young and young-at-heart by supporting the annual Civic Center Plaza Tree Lighting event. Held this year on December 2nd, festivities include holiday performances, food, music, and DIY activities for kids and adults. This year will include the unique opportunity to sponsor the DIY Maker Village.


Clean Team and Ambassadors:
CCCBD’s supplemental maintenance support for Civic Center shows pride and stewardship of the District. Furthermore, addressing issues like litter, graffiti and general upkeep in a timely manner keeps acts of vandalism at bay creating an accessible, equitable and comfortable environment for everyone. 

Community Ambassadors assist the public in navigating the District with a welcoming and informed presence; they are easily identified by their orange uniforms. They assist in connecting those in need of medical attention or social service support with the proper agency. They also work near arts venues to enhance the pedestrian experience before and after evening performances and an Ambassador is also stationed at the street-level entrance to the Civic Center Garage.