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.
For the last five years, The Richmond Neighborhood Center has been proud to sponsor the Washington High School Robotic Eagles as they design and build robots to compete in the FIRST Robotics Competition. This March, the team had a great showing in both San Francisco and Sacramento regional competitions, where the theme was Destination: Deep […]
On March 11 and 12, middle school youth from The Richmond Neighborhood Center Beacon visited their representatives in Sacramento as part of the 15th annual California Afterschool & Summer Challenge, an event that brings students together from all across the state to advocate for more funding for afterschool programs. Organized by the California School-Age Consortium […]
Our Behavioral Health team kicked off 2019 with a whole new lineup of fun activity groups for high school students! Pictured above is Hella Hungry, a drop-in cooking class hosted by the Neighborhood Center’s Kysha Shaffer, in which Washington High School students put their own spin on recipes like pizza, muffins and more. Cooking and […]
The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.