Feds Granting SF $9M Over Last Year to Fight Homelessness
by Carrie McFadden
Jan 12, 2018
As part of the annual funding the federal government doles out to local governments each year to fight homelessness, San Francisco will be receiving $9 million more than it did last year, bringing the total grant amount to $41.5 million.

That number is second only to Los Angeles County, which receives $109.4 million.

Although the grants make up a small percentage of the total $300 million the City spends to fight homelessness each year, but acting Mayor London Breed highlighted the extra roofs it'll be able to provide with those funds.