Curran House residents are growing their community

Each week, about twelve residents from TNDC’s Curran House volunteer their time working in the rooftop garden. This group works together, sharing the responsibilities of watering, pruning, and harvesting a wide variety of vegetables and herbs. While Curran House has always had planter boxes for resident families to grow herbs, flowers and plants, in May…

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TNDC’s People’s Garden Expands UP!

In December 2012, TNDC volunteers and tenants completed the new vertical garden at the Tenderloin People’s Garden at the corner of Larkin and McAllister streets. The expansion will allow TNDC to produce 1,000 more pounds of food each year on the same size lot. The expansion project would not have been possible without the volunteer…

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Tour the new Kelly Cullen Community!

Get a sneak peak at TNDC's newest housing for formerly homeless in San Francisco. This $95 million renovation of the former Central YMCA at 220 Golden Gate will provide 172 efficiency studio units for chronically homeless individuals. This restoration and adaptive re-use project include a ground floor Department of Public Health managed health and wellness…

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Supporters Gather for Pre-Pool Toss Event

TNDC Celebrity Pool Toss Pre-Event On Wednesday, September 12, Pool Toss sponsors and event supporters gathered for a Pre-Pool Toss event to welcome and honor this year's celebrity fundraisers. Hosted by Event Chairs Laura King Pfaff and Jim Losi, the evening provided guests the opportunity to meet and mingle with celebrity guests and MCs, as…

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Sumiyati Monoarfa

Sumiyati Monoarfa: paying it forward at the Dalt Hotel. On the last Sunday of every month, at around 4pm, you will find Sumiyati Monoarfa, or Sumi, as the Dalt Hotel tenants call her—serving her homemade soups, beans, and other specialty dishes from the Dalt community kitchen to any tenant who needs a home cooked meal.…

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Lorenzo Listana

A passionate advocate for change. Lorenzo has been a resident at TNDC's Curran House since 2005 when he and his children moved from the Philippines to join his wife who was already living in a small apartment South of Market and working in San Francisco. Lorenzo found work at a factory and as a part-time…

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