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Congratulations to our Holiday Raffle Winners

Thank you to everyone who contributed or entered our fundraising raffle for the arts! San Francisco Bazaar SF donates funds to organizations around the SF Bay Area that support art and art education to locals. This year the funds went directly to support:


SCRAP is a non-profit creative reuse center, materials depot, and workshop space founded in 1976 in San Francisco, California. SCRAP breathes new life into old objects and reduces waste by diverting over 200 tons of materials heading to landfill every year.

Donations of quality re-usable materials such as textiles, buttons, paper, craft and office supplies, plastics, and wood are collected from businesses, institutions, and individuals then sorted and made available to teachers, parents, artists, and organizations.

The community depends on SCRAP as the place to find all manner of materials for educational programs, creative projects, and their classrooms. By offering low cost supplies, creative reuse workshopsvolunteer opportunitieseducational field trips,art exhibitions, and more SCRAP gives students of all ages the opportunity to learn and pass on the value of creative reuse.



Sweet Dreams  exposes and trains local youth in the key aspects of operating a small business, using cooperative principles, and facilitating real-world experiences in entrepreneurship.  Meeting weekly, year round members participate in all aspects of Sweet Dreams including: product design, creation and packaging, material and production inventory, bookkeeping,  marketing, and sales. Members have created a business plan, produced a commercial, blog, participated in sales events and public presentations, and conducted market research interviews.  While learning the skills needed to operate a small business, these young female entrepreneurs are successfully marketing their products to yoga studios, boutiques and retail stores in San Francisco as well as on the internet.  Lastly, all members share the profits equally. Sweet Dreams is a project of Turning Heads Project’s Sewing and Fashion Design Program.



The DJ Project is an arts entrepreneurship, prevention, and employment program built on a hip-hop foundation. It uses music to engage young adults, giving them opportunities to develop in a context familiar to them. Through applied entrepreneurship, audio production, DJing, breakdancing, job readiness training and community service, The DJ Project model is a creative learning experience for the hip-hop generation. The DJ project is a division of the non-profit orgnaization Horizons Unlimited.

Congratulations to RAFFLE winners:

Jen B. of Benicia, CA

Amy P. of Sacramento, CA

Michelle R. of San Francisco, CA

Kelly W. of San Francisco, CA

James H. of San Francisco, CA

Lauren V. of San Francisco, CA

Jane L. of San Francisco, CA

Jack K. of Oakland, CA

Monica of San Francisco, CA

Kate B. of San Francisco, CA

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