Volunteers at our Tenderloin People's Garden grew and distributed more than 3,200 pounds
of fresh vegetables to local residents.
TNDC was one of 30 nonprofits across the country that was invited to meet with Secretaries of Energy and HUD as part of the Better Buildings Challenge in Washington, D.C. We have committed to reducing our energy resource usage by 20% across 1.5 million square feet of housing and commercial properties during the next 10 years.
TNDC's Tenderloin provided a safe, welcoming place for 209 youth and teens to spend time after regular school hours.
TNDC made affordable and supportive housing available to 3,400 low-income seniors, families, people with disabilities, emancipated youth and formerly homeless.