Make an Impact
Your gift makes an immediate, lasting impact in the lives of our community’s most vulnerable members. With support from our generous donors, the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) is able to provide safe, affordable housing with free and voluntary on-site social services to help tenants stabilize their lives. People striving to overcome difficult circumstances are able to become healthier and more confident as they connect with TNDC housing and services.
Give today and make a positive change in the lives of those most in need. Join TNDC in building quality affordable homes and strengthening the fabric of the neighborhoods we serve.
Addressing Critical Local Needs
Your gift enables TNDC to help people affected by some of our community’s most serious issues:
- There are more than 6,600 homeless in San Francisco.
- More than 3,500 children live in the Tenderloin, navigating the difficult streets on their way to school and lacking safe places to play outdoors.
- 11.8% of San Franciscans live in poverty, and 7.4% of families live in poverty.
With your support, TNDC can continue to address these and other pressing issues – and expand our work to reach more people.
Turn Your Gift Into …
More than 3,500 children call the Tenderloin home.
TNDC knows that after-school hours, when parents are still at work, are a high-risk time for children growing up on these streets.
The Tenderloin After-School Program is open six days a week and free to all. With a focus on safety, social growth and academic enhancement, TASP provides a nurturing and caring neighborhood place where more than 50 children come to play and learn each day.
Our tenants are among the poorest in San Francisco. Many have a history of homelessness before coming to TNDC.
Helping new tenants break the cycle of homelessness and find stability is a priority.
We work to assist tenants in stabilizing and maintaining their housing by providing housing retention and eviction prevention services, linking tenants to medical, mental health and substance use services, and assisting tenants to increase their income by linking them to employment and training programs in the community.
More than 5,700 low-income seniors live in San Francisco, struggling to survive on $500 to $900 per month.
Many of them are also isolated with few family or friends.
TNDC helps low-income seniors achieve independent living through a combination of on-site staff assistance and connections to available community services. We strive to make “aging in place” a reality for seniors in San Francisco who would otherwise be subject to public facilities that are costly to taxpayers and demoralizing to residents.