Edwin M. Lee Memorial Foundation Fund
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The mission of the Edwin M. Lee Memorial Foundation Fund is to honor the legacy of Mayor Edwin M. Lee by opening doors of opportunity, inclusion, and justice.
Edwin M. Lee served as the 43rd Mayor of the City and County of San Francisco, and was the first Asian-American mayor in San Francisco’s history.
A son of immigrants, Ed was born and raised in Seattle and grew up in the Yesler Terrace projects and Beacon Hill neighborhood. He graduated from Franklin High School in 1970. As a lifelong community advocate, Ed fought for fair and low-income housing rights, educational and economic opportunities, immigrant rights and gender equality.
While Mayor, he led and set legislative policy and budget priorities for these and many other issues facing large cities nationwide. Many of his accomplishments are highlighted in the book, “Mayor Lee and the City He Loved."
In honor of Ed's Seattle roots, the Lee Family seeks to continue this important work through the Edwin M. Lee Memorial Foundation Fund. This fund will support student scholarships, nonprofit organizations and social causes that were important to Ed and remain important to his family.
Learn more about the Edwin M. Lee Community Leadership Award Scholarship
SAVE THE DATE
The Edwin M. Lee Memorial Golf Tournament
Saturday, June 25, 2022 - 8:00 AM Shot Gun Start
Auburn Golf Course
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Join us in furthering Ed Lee's legacy and work!