ISF (Idris Stelley Foundation)
900 Ingerson Ave
IDRISS STELLEY FOUNDATION (ISF)
ISF is a nonprofit organization created through the settlement of Idriss Stelley's vs. City &County and SFPD case and its allocation to his mother mesha Monge-Irizarry.
Her only child, 23 was killed by SFPD at the Sony Metreon Theater on June 13, 2001, 48 shots, 9 officers, as he stood alone in an empty theater.
ISF provides free, confidential services to Bay Area biological and extended families whose loved ones have been disabled or killed by law enforcement.
- Know your rights workshop (in collaboration with Ella Baker Center)
- Victory oVer Violence (support group)
- ONELOVE Quilt making
- UMI Project (Voices of the Voiceless Book, artwork from children impacted by law enforcement brutality)
- Support counseling
- Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome self-help support group
- Community altar
- Trilingual Spanish/French/English services available
- Family outreach training program
- Monitoring of SFPD / input in SFPD training's
- Police Reform (prop H) implementation
- Police Commission hearing weekly attendance
- Participation in Police Academy Citizen Training
- Volunteer and undergraduate program
- (Pending grant: funeral benefits)
- Free E-mail &Internet access to Families &Youth affected by law misconduct
- "No Pigs in DA Hood" Sundays 6 P.M. on 103.3 FM, talk show on law enforcement accountability, Bayview Hunters Point Community Radio, upcoming webcast "BVHP Village Voice"
- Member of Bay Area Network Against Police Brutality &End the Death Penalty Campaign.
- Bayview Youth Mural Dream Project
The primary focus of ISF, justified by casualty statistics is: To serve the Bay Area African American community and families of color, although no one will be turned down. Home visits can be scheduled if needed.