Agency records including newsletters, photographs, videos, press clippings, and some building files.
The Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation is the largest community-based development center in San Francisco, and
is a pioneer in permanent supportive housing. TNDC began in 1981, renovating a Single Room Occupancy (SRO) residential hotel
in the Tenderloin. Over the years, the agency expanded services to include social work, health and wellness, after-school
care, urban agriculture and community food distribution, and community organizing. In 2022, operations include 44 buildings
across 7 neighborhoods in San Francisco, with 12 more buildings planned by 2025.
6 cartons, 2 shoeboxes, 1 oversized box
(8 cubic feet)
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