San Francisco's Ashok K. Gujral shares unique features and attractions from his native city in a post on ashgujral.com.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / September 22, 2021 / Many diverse and interesting topics are featured on Ashok Gujral's blog. One of the latest posts reveals the life long San Franciscan's affection and reverence for the city he calls home. Readers can learn much about San Francisco in this brief post by Mr. Gujral, including the early history of the city, it's name origins, and interesting facts and features that help make San Francisco one of the United States' most unique cities.
San Francisco, as mentioned in the blog, was once called "Yerba Buena", meaning "Good Herb" in Spanish. It was not until 1846 that the city was renamed to San Francisco. The blog goes on to describe many other features and facts about San Francisco, such as the uniquely crooked streets and the vast number of hills (over 50!) that the city has become famous for in pop culture.
In addition to his passion for the city, its history and the significant milestones, Ashok Gujral takes pride in helping support fellow San Franciscans and families from all over the Bay Area through his organization the Gujral Community Fund. The charitable focus of the GCF is mainly based on early childhood education, nutrition and safe, sustainable housing within San Francisco and surrounding communities. To find out more about the GCF, be sure to visit their website.
About Ashok Gujral: Ashok Gujral moved to San Francisco at a young age and quickly fell in love with the city. Over time, Gujral's love for his hometown inspired him to give back to his community. That is when he founded the Gujral Community Fund, a charitable organization focused on improving the city in order to keep as many families in San Francisco as possible. The Gujral Community Fund has many aims, including supporting organizations that are refurbishing the city's older homes, repairing play spaces for children, and helping provide nutritious meals to those in need. Some of the organizations that the Gujral Community Fund supports include the Pomeroy Recreation & Rehabilitation Center, the San Francisco SPCA, New Story, and St. Jude Children Research Hospital.
SOURCE: Ashok Gujral