Celebrating 35 Years of Affordable Housing in San Francisco

We are excited to release a comprehensive look into our history with San Francisco—TNDC at 35: A History of Affordable Housing, Advocacy, and Community in the Heart of the City.

A FREE download of the eBook is available below, or reserve a copy of the print book by messaging info@tndc.org.

From a small grassroots group in the Tenderloin to a large-scale nonprofit providing affordable homes to over 4,100 low-income San Franciscans, TNDC has seen the Tenderloin and city dramatically transform in the last 35 years. TNDC at 35 dives into the Tenderloin’s rich history as a home for marginalized communities and our work alongside residents on issues affecting us all: equitable housing, gentrification, tenant rights, homelessness, food justice, neighborhood safety, and the search for a stable home.

 

TNDC at 35 includes:

  • A Foreword by San Francisco Bay Area journalist Kim-Mai Cutler
  • Exclusive video interviews with
    • Randy Shaw, Editor of BeyondChron and Executive Director of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic
    • Brad Paul, Community Development expert and Deputy Executive Director of the Association of Bay Area Governments
    • Midge Wilson, Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Bay Area Women’s and Children’s Center
  • Over a hundred historical images of the Tenderloin throughout the last century

 

Download the interactive eBook TNDC at 35 as an ePub or ePDF by selecting one of the links below.

PDF 

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A print version of TNDC at 35 will be available later this year. Reserve your copy today or let us know if you have any feedback on the eBook by messaging info@tndc.org.

ePub 

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