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.


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We were busy providing
homes, support and opportunities
in 2014.


Many projects and conversations have come from the event TNDC hosted with Home Matters focused on the impact of stable affordable homes on health. Then U.S. Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Maurice Jones delivered the keynote address.

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 3,400 pounds of fresh vegetables to local residents.


was recognized by NeighborWorks America as a Green Organization. We were one of 19 organizations in 2014 honored with this designation and the only organization in San Francisco to qualify. TNDC developed a green operations and maintenance manual for all properties, put green capital improvement plans in place for 75% of its properties, and implemented utility consumption tracking in over 50% of our buildings.

TNDC's Tenderloin
After-School Program

provided a safe, welcoming place with academic and recreational activities for 250 youth and teens after regular school hours.

TNDC made affordable and supportive housing available to 3,400 low-income seniors, families with children, people with disabilities, emancipated youth and formerly homeless.

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

$100,000 and Above

Good Ventures
Mimi and Peter Haas Fund

$50,000 to $99,999

Anonymous Foundation
US Bank

$20,000 to $49,999

Bank of America Foundation
Cahill Contractors, Inc.
Cathay Bank Foundation
Charles Schwab Foundation
Farallon Capital Management, LLC
George F. Jewett Foundation
JPMorgan Chase Foundation
Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC)
The San Francisco Foundation
Union Bank Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation

$10,000 to $19,999

Anonymous Foundation
Alexander M. & June L. Maisin Foundation
JPMorgan Chase & Company
Kirkland & Ellis
Lindquist von Husen & Joyce, LLP
PNC Foundation
Stanley S. Langendorf Foundation
The Conway Family Foundation
William G. Gilmore Foundation

$5,000 to $9,999

Anonymous Foundation
American Pacific International Capital, Inc.
Bank of America
BRIDGE Housing Corporation
Capital One Financial Corporation
FineLine Construction
Flynn Investments
Forest City Development
Kaiser Permanente Public Affairs Department
Law Offices of Michael Rossoff
League of the San Francisco Consular Corps (LSFCC)
Learning By Giving Foundation, Inc.
Low Income Investment Fund
Philanthropic Ventures Foundation
Related California Residential
Shorenstein Co. L.P.
Tishman Speyer

$20,000 and above

Estate of Vivienne Blanquie
Frances and Theodore Geballe
Lyn and Harold Isbell
Lona Jupiter
The Estate of Paul S. May
Frank Stein
Radha Stern and Gary Maxworthy

$10,000 -$19,999

Anonymous (2)
Noreen A. Beiro
Gloria and Saul Feldman, PhD
The Froley Family Fund
Marcia and John Goldman
Janice Gonsalves
The Hellman Foundation
Sally Carlson and Karl Keesling
Cathy and Jim Koshland
Beverly and Jim Losi
Elizabeth Tracey
Diane B. Wilsey

$5,000 - $9,999

Emily and David Breach
Susie and Stephen Choe
Yu-Ning Yar Woo and Jan Chong
Compassionate Chefs Café
Chip Conley
Dana and Robert Emery
Christine Gouig
George Lucas Family Foundation
Samia Rashed
Sharon Huff and Charles Robinson
Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock
Gordon W. Russell
Laurel Elkjer and Peter Schmitz
Amy S. Ackerman and Robert A. Wexler
Loren Sanborn and Peter Wilson

$2,500 - $4,999

Nancy and Joachim Bechtle
Tangerine M. Brigham
Mrs. DeWitt K. Burnham
The E. Otis Charles Irrevocable Trust
Heather and Gene Cutler
Donald S. Falk
Mrs. Donald Fisher
Laura and John Fisher
Paulette Meyer and David Friedman
Give Something Back
Dr. Judith Hellman
Thomas R. Kearney
Kevin Lingerfelt
Hydeh Ghaffari and Richard McCracken
James Hormel and Michael Nguyen
Mary Ann Bridenbaugh and Ken A. Odell
Jan Peters
Laura King Pfaff and Richard Pfaff
Lisa and John Pritzker
John Rosin
Maria and David Seward

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?