limit to allow us to serve transitional age youth. extended the fund up to 25 years. and then most importantly created a coordinating council, called the our children, our families council. as the official steward of the children and youth fund, we administer the funds to community based organizations and public partners, public agencies to provide services for children, youth, transitional age youth and their families. today, dcyf is extremely proud and honored to share that we will be funding 294 programs throughout the city administered by 151 different nonprofit agencies, for a total -- get ready -- for a total of $377 million over the next five years. [applause] [cheers and applause] that is a true demonstration of deep commitment that the people of san francisco is making for our children, youth and families here. over the next five years, nonprofit agencies will be receiving $75 million to provide services for our children, youth and families in over 300 schools and community-based agencies and sites throughout the entire city. in every single district, in all 11 districts.