Dedicated to the Richmond

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.

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  1. The Richmond Neighborhood Center Stands Against Anti-Asian Racism

    The Richmond Neighborhood Center stands in solidarity with our Asian American community members against anti-Asian racism and white supremacy in all its forms. More than half of the participants in our youth and community programs identify as Asian, and we are proud to be part of a diverse neighborhood that celebrates its many Asian American […]

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    Reflections on Black History Month

    At The Richmond Neighborhood Center, we believe it’s important to lift up Black voices and be intentional about the ways we celebrate Black History Month in our youth programs. For the last four weeks, our K-12 youth programs have been exploring Black arts and culture, learning about iconic (and many lesser known) Black luminaries, and […]

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  3. Virtual Programming, Community Hubs and More

    With the fall term in full swing, our team is hard at work running virtual youth programs and in-person Community Hubs in the Richmond District. Ranging from take-home enrichment activities and social spaces to academic and social-emotional support, we’re continuing to roll out new offerings throughout the school year. Community Hubs Youth programming is more […]

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The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.

— Corretta Scott King

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