means returning to the same stable place at the end of the day, every day. Residents can call TNDC home for as long as they need. Whether they stay one year or thirty years, each resident and family has the comfort and support they need to thrive.
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Read Teodora’s Story
means people connecting with people. Inside each TNDC home, people share stories and create new memories. Outside each TNDC home, residents connect with their neighbors through our Community Organizing team, and kids connect with new classmates through our Tenderloin After-School Program.
means housing first. Having stable, affordable housing is a necessary step to feeling good, but good health goes beyond four walls and a roof. Residents advocate for food justice, swap recipes using produce from TNDC’s rooftop gardens, and breathe deeply in Tai Chi classes.
Food Justice Leaders
Tenderloin People's Garden
means feeling the warmth of people who care about your well-being. From day one, residents have a supportive network in their building staff. Onsite social workers and property managers work with residents to navigate their day-to-day struggles with finances, health, work, and family.
Read Rickey's Story
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Together, We Accomplish So Much
In 2016, We…
Completed Willie B. Kennedy Apartments, housing over 100 low-income and formerly homeless seniors
Earned funding for 5 buildings to have Wi-Fi installed in 2017
Helped 99% of residents retain their housing for at least 12 months
Organized 1,426 community events and activities for residents
Expanded our partnership with the SF-Marin Food Bank and created a new food distribution space at the Yosemite Apartments for increased food donations
Kicked off a pilot Coding Class at our Tenderloin After-School Program
TNDC Birthday Dinner
Spotlight on the RAD Properties
Highlights of Our Financial Stewardship
Board of Directors
Your Support Makes home possible
We make sure everyone has an opportunity for a home by offering affordable housing for San Francisco’s lowest-income residents. We already provide homes to over 4,100 seniors, families and children, people with disabilities, and formerly homeless people, but thousands more are waiting for the same opportunity.
A Home Means… Stability, Health, Community, and Support