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Plaza Ramona Apartments Waitlist – CLOSED

Plaza Ramona Apartments 250/260 McAllister; SF, CA 94102 Affordable Housing Opportunity / Equal Housing Opportunity APPLICATION PERIOD WAS:     Tuesday, January 9th, 2018 through    Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 Lottery Results will be posted at: https://housing.sfgov.org Application, Marketing Flyer, Selection Criteria and Lottery Information below: MARKETING FLYER -  PLAZA RAMONA - Flyer RESIDENT SELECTION CRITERIA - Plaza…

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HOME IS WHERE We Share Recipes

Baho Recipe Recipe for SOMA resident Nelson Obando's favorite Nicaraguan dish Baho Recipe Ingredients - 3 yuccas, and plantains (green and ripe) - 3 lbs. of beef (cecina) - 2 tomatoes and onions - half of a head of cabbage - 3 garlic cloves - 1 onion - 1/2 cup orange juice - banana leaves…

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HOME IS WHERE I Give Back

Saul Falcone is not your average fourteen-year-old basketball-player and poet. He is also TNDC’s youngest donor. Earlier this year, Saul decided that instead of receiving gifts for his Bar Mitzvah, he would raise money for TNDC. With the support of his family and community, he was able to donate an incredible $1,029 to make home…

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HOME IS WHERE We Find Community

No two TNDC homes are alike. With over 4,100 people across 39 buildings, our residents span continents and generations. From one-year-olds to seniors turning one hundred, our residents speak over 30 languages. But for many of our residents and staff, food is the universal language of TNDC. A hot meal, funded by your donations, brings…

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HOME IS WHERE My Family Is

“Food is a huge part of our life,” says Nelson Obando of SOMA Family Apartments. He then describes the sweet and soft taste of Baho, his favorite Nicaraguan dish.  His grandmother, Manuela Ruiz, is one of the few people in the family who can make Baho. The recipe requires patience. It takes three to four…

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A Note from Don

At TNDC, we think deeply about what home means to the people we serve.  For Manuela Ruiz and Nelson Obando at the SOMA Family Apartments, home is where their family is. For pantry participants at the Willie B. Kennedy Apartments, home is where they share recipes. For our generous supporters like you, home is where…

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Sally Carlson’s Donation Brightens Back-to-School Day

Current donor and former TNDC Board Member Sally Carlson knows that back-to-school is one of the most exciting and stressful times of the year for families. And especially for families with limited budgets, back-to-school can mean choosing between the essentials and purchasing new clothing, notebooks, and backpacks. To help families focus on what’s most important,…

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The Eddy & Taylor Family Apartments — 12 Years in the Making!

That’s three different presidencies, three World Series championships for the Giants, and 113 new homes for families...

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A Note on Clementina Towers

Dear Friends of TNDC, Last night NBC Bay Area aired a story investigating the challenges of managing public housing in San Francisco. To show the struggles residents often face when living in a building undergoing renovation, NBC featured a resident at one of our buildings, Clementina Towers. We care deeply about how our residents are…

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The Masagcas Thrive in SOMA Family Apartments

The Masagca’s kitchen table is piled with a box of crayons and a stack of paper. “We are big crafters,” says Mary Ann, as her youngest daughter, Maja, excitedly points to three “fairy houses” on a shelf. Mary Ann says they made the houses during an arts and craft session organized by the social workers…

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