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Community Organizing

COVID-19 Update

Due to COVID-19, our Community Organizing work has cancelled all in-person meetings and events. We are doing many events virtually and you can find out more by emailing communityorganizing@tndc.org. We look forward to seeing you when we can reopen!

The Tenderloin Deserves to Be Heard

We believe that being heard is essential to feeling valued and welcome in your home, neighborhood, and city. Right now, the systems we all rely on are designed to create enormous barriers for people based on their income, race, spoken language, gender identity, and more, from being heard. 

Our Community Organizing work aims to change that. By rooting our organizing and policy work in the wants of the Tenderloin community, investing in local leadership, and providing resources for community groups, we're championing the voice of the Tenderloin community and beyond.

Community Organizing Office
Due to COVID-19, the office is not currently open.
Monday-Friday
9:30 am - 6 pm
210 Golden Gate Avenue

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Community Groups

Community leaders connecting and working together on issues they care about
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Leadership Development

Championing community leaders and groups, offering educational classes, and engaging the neighborhood
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Healthy Corner Stores

Partnering with local corner stores and Food Justice Leaders to increase the supply of healthy food
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Our Work in Community Organizing

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Leadership Academies
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Community Groups
17
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Healthy Corner Stores
8
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Policy Successes
7

Voices of the Tenderloin

From food security to racial justice to public safety, our Community Organizing team works with the community to make change on issues directly impacting the neighborhood.

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Rebecca advocates for change in the Tenderloin community

Giving voice to causes Rebecca cares about and issues that directly affect her, sharing her ideas on steering committees, and initiating new campaigns—all these efforts result in something tangible, like the new food space.

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Questions about Community Organizing? 

Contact our Director of Community Organizing, Policy & Planning, Colleen Rivecca (pronouns: she/her) at crivecca@tndc.org or 415.358.3920