TNDC envisions a San Francisco where everyone can afford the safety and stability of home.

Thanks to TNDC, 3,400 residents can call San Francisco home.


We were busy providing
homes, support and opportunities
in 2013.

Kelly Cullen Community

opened its doors to 172 formerly homeless individuals and hosted more than 35 community events that were free of charge to local nonprofits and community organizations.

More than 200 people from local businesses volunteered their time and talents at TNDC programs and facilities.

Volunteers at our Tenderloin People's Garden grew and distributed more than 3,200 pounds of fresh vegetables to local residents.


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
After-School Program

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.


learns why home matters. TNDC co-hosts Home Matters for Health Symposium that explores the connection between home and health. U.S. Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Maurice Jones delivered the keynote address and talked about his personal connection to housing and health, as well as the national commitment to housing. Mayor Edwin Lee offered welcoming remarks.

And here are a few of the folks who made it all possible:

$100,000 and Above

Mimi & Peter Haas Fund
NeighborWorks America

$50,000 to $99,999

Anonymous Foundation
Bank of America Foundation
US Bank

$20,000 to $49,999

Anonymous Foundation
Bay Area LISC
Bothin Foundation
Cahill Contractors, Inc.
Cathay Bank Foundation
Crescent Porter Hale Foundation
George F. Jewett Foundation
JP Morgan Chase Foundation
The San Francisco Foundation
Union Bank Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation

$10,000 to $19,999

Alexander M. & June L. Maisin Foundation
CCSF Community Challenge
Grant Program
Charles Schwab Bank
Lindquist von Husen & Joyce, LLP
Metropolitan Transportation Commission
PNC Real Estate
William G. Gilmore Foundation

$5,000 to $9,999

Anonymous Foundation (2)
Bank of America
Farallon Capital Management, LLC
FineLine Construction
Flynn Investments
JPMorgan Chase & Company
Kirkland & Ellis
Law Offices of Michael Rossoff
League of the San Francisco Consular Corps (LSFCC)
Market Turk Company
S & P Company
Seed Fund
Shorenstein Realty Services, L.P.
Stanley S. Langendorf Foundation
The Rock Foundation
Tishman Speyer

$20,000 and above

Vivienne Blanquie
Leonie Darwin
Gloria and Saul Feldman, PhD
Lyn and Harold Isbell
Lona Jupiter

$10,000 -$19,999

Anonymous (3)
Gayle and Ron Conway
Hydeh Ghaffari and Richard McCracken
Janice Gonsalves
The Hellman Foundation
James Higa
Beverly and Jim Losi
Gordon W. Russell
Radha Stern and Gary Maxworthy
Elizabeth Tracey

$5,000 - $9,999

Noreen A. Beiro
Lorraine M. Bosche
Dana and Robert Emery
Eileen Gallagher
Judith Hellman
Thomas R. Kearney
Fred Levin and Nancy Livingston
PSN Family Charitable Trust
Samia Rashed
Loren Sanborn
Laurel Elkjer and Peter R. Schmitz
Amy S. Ackerman and Robert A. Wexler
Diane B. Wilsey
Bill Witte and Keiko Sakamoto

$2,500 - $4,999

Anonymous (2)
Nancy and Joachim Bechtle
Emily and David Breach
Tangerine M. Brigham
Mrs. DeWitt K. Burnham
Paula and Bandel Carano
Paola and Charles Casey
Carol and Lyman Casey
Susie and Stephen Choe
Donald S. Falk
Mrs. Donald Fisher
Elizabeth A. Fullerton
Christine Gouig
The Handlery Foundation
Katherine and James Hansen
James Hormel and Michael Nguyen
Sharon Huff and Charles Robinson
Carol and David Kroot
The McCance Foundation Trust
Paulette Meyer and David Friedman
Mary Ann Bridenbaugh and Ken A. Odell
Jan Peters
Laura King Pfaff and Richard Pfaff
The Lisa and John Pritzker Family Fund
John M. Rogers
Maria and David Seward
Frank Stein
Steve Wilmans

Our vision

is of a San Francisco where low-income people can afford housing that meets their basic needs, is close to the amenities and services that enhance their quality of life, and provides them with the safety and stability they need to fulfill their potential.

Will you help us?