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.
The Richmond Neighborhood Center’s newest food pantry is now open at George Peabody Elementary School! A partnership between the Neighborhood Center and the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank, the pantry will be open every Monday from 4:00 – 5:00PM in the Peabody schoolyard, located on 7th Ave between Clement and California Streets. This is the Neighborhood […]
We’re incredibly grateful to announce that we nearly doubled our year-end Give Local campaign’s original fundraising goal, raising a total of $49,093 in gifts and pledges in the month of December! What a way to ring in our 40th year! Thank you so much to all of our supporters, volunteers and participants for making this possible. […]
On October 24, students at our nine Richmond District public school sites took part in some of the 10,000 nationwide celebrations of Lights On Afterschool! A project of the Afterschool Alliance, the event raises awareness about all the ways after-school programs improve the lives of students and their families, with the goal of making sure all […]
The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.
From grassroots beginnings in 1980, The Richmond Neighborhood Center has grown to serve thousands of youth, families, and seniors in the Richmond District each week. We hope that you will join us for this milestone ruby anniversary, as we look back at the past four decades and dream big about the ways we can support our community for […]