The Richmond Neighborhood Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the Richmond District community through our innovative youth programs at nine local schools, robust food security programs, accessible wellness classes, and community events and activities. For over 35 years, we’ve worked tirelessly to nurture this diverse San Francisco neighborhood and foster respect for all people.
Since the early 1900s, the location of The Richmond Neighborhood Center has served a wide variety of roles in the community, from a home for struggling teens to a school for the blind. We hope you’ll join us as we write the next chapter of our dynamic, thriving neighborhood.
In the wake of George Floyd’s murder and the subsequent uprising across the country, we have been inspired to see many people giving material support to the Black Lives Matter movement and Black communities. The Richmond Neighborhood Center’s staff compiled this list of Bay Area-specific nonprofits, activist organizations, and other causes to which we as […]
Dear Neighborhood Center Families and Supporters, I am writing today with updates on our youth and community programs, which continue to serve families and neighbors during these unprecedented times. Recent weeks have been especially difficult, and our team is working on a plan to take strong anti-racist action as an organization. We will be sharing […]
All of us at The Richmond Neighborhood Center are saddened and angered by the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, David McAtee, Ahmaud Arbery, and Sean Monterrosa. Their deaths at the hands of police and white supremacists are the latest in a long line of atrocities resulting from systemic anti-Black racism in the […]
The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.
Join us for the first meeting in our Racial Equity Series that will address rising racism against the Asian community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The event will be a panel discussion followed by a Q&A. Panelists: Cynthia Choi - Chinese for Affirmative Action Sandra Lee Fewer - D1 Supervisor Russell Jeung - Asian American Studies, SFSU […]