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Cent'Anni

Cent'Anni

2016 was a year to honor the agency and it’s 100 years of service to San Francisco. We hope it was a celebration of which our esteemed founders would have been proud. Our goal was to not just celebrate our 100 year history, but also to enthusiastically look ahead to the agency’s future.

A HUGE thank you goes out to our board members who helped make the evening possible by bringing so many family members and friends. The generosity of our wonderful Host Committee members was also insturmental in making our celebration a reality. And a thank you to Romana Bracco and Richard and Mary Ann Cuneo for sponsoring the reception and dinner wines. Mille grazie!!

Italian Community Services

Italian Community Services
In today's fast-paced environment, the past is often too easily forgotten.The photographs on the walls of our Heritage Rooms and Library on the third floor of Casa Colonial John F. Fugazi are more than snapshots of forgotten individuals and groups. They are the history by which we are instructed to make judgements about the future," shares Donald Parachini, President of the Italian Community Services Board. The background of this image shows the photos that Don discusses as well the contemporary generations embodying the spirit of the Italian Community and organization.

Annual Golf Tournament - 2016

Annual Golf Tournament - 2016
On Wednesday, May 4th, golfers and other supporters joined together and enjoyed a day of fun and friendship while helping sustain the vital services provided by two fine organizations. Italian Community Services has been serving the Bay Area Italian-American community for nearly a century. Services that help Bay Area individuals and families access and manage the resources they need to live healthy, productive and independent lives.

ICS In The Community - The Food Industry, Then and Now

Italian Community Services ICS and Business Association Italy America showcase Italian Contributions

ICS In The Community - The Food Industry, Then and Now

On Tuesday, March 29th, friends and colleagues gathered in Club Fugazi to hear an interesting panel discussion, The Food Industry, Then and Now co-sponsored by B.A.I.A. (Business Association Italy America) and Italian Community Services. ICS Board Member and the evening’s moderator brilliantly guided the presentation, bringing to the audience the panelists’ experiences and business plans that offered an understanding of how businesses transitioned from dreams to fruition and survival. An interesting component of the evolution of each business was the detailing of little decisions that lead to successful adaptation to changing times. Each presenter talked about how they keep themselves in touch with the environment they are reaching out to and how they adjust their products to meet the market while still embracing their mission. 

Education: The John C. Riccio Grant Program

HOW GRANTS HELP

Education: The John C. Riccio Grant Program
This year, five schools received grants for their programs that promote the Italian language and culture. The recipients were: Itallingua, Lowell High School Italian Program, Marin Catholic High School, St. Catherine of Siena and Scuola di Lingua e Cultura Italiana.
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