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.
We’re proud to announce that our very own Multicultural and Identity Based Programs Manager, AJ Frigillana, has been named one of the National AfterSchool Association’s 2019 Next Generation of AfterSchool Leaders! Announced in the winter edition of AfterSchool Today, Frigillana joins a select group of 24 after school professionals from across the country “with a proven passion […]
We did it! Thanks to our generous supporters in the Richmond District and beyond, we blew past our year-end fundraising goal and raised $30,118 to finish out 2018! Every dollar will go towards providing essential services to more than 5,000 of our Richmond District neighbors, from after-school programs at nine local public schools to food […]
This June, The Richmond Neighborhood Center was proud to be named California Nonprofit of the Year by Assemblymember Phil Ting! Members of our leadership team traveled to Sacramento on California Nonprofits Day to receive the award alongside incredible organizations from across the state. It was truly inspiring to see the diversity of good work being […]
The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.
Join us at the Neighborhood Center on Sunday, March 3 for a celebration of immigrant and native cultures in the Richmond District! This FREE, family-friendly event will feature Chinese, Irish, Russian, and Ohlone music, dance, artists, and exhibitors, as well as a resource fair, food and more.