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The Richmond Neighborhood Center Stands Against Anti-Asian Racism

Mar 25, 2021

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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Day of Mourning for Black Lives

Day of Mourning for Black Lives

Sep 18, 2020

The Richmond Neighborhood Center is committed to anti-racist practices, dismantling white supremacy, defunding the police & reallocation of monies for supportive community services, and abolitionist teaching methods that result in the creation of equity in educational spaces. We categorically condemn the state-sanctioned murder of Black/African American people, the recent resurgence of lynching, and the underreported, […]

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Meeting Growing Need in the Richmond

Apr 29, 2020

As many of our neighbors are facing job loss and reduced income, our first priority has been to continue offering free, healthy groceries to nearly 1,000 Richmond District residents through our weekly food pantries and home-delivered grocery program. Over the last few weeks, we have tackled many challenges to continue meeting our community’s food security […]

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Feeding the Richmond District As We Shelter in Place

Mar 19, 2020

The Richmond Neighborhood Center’s food security services are still up and running, ensuring that everyone is able to get enough to eat during this emergency. All of our weekly food pantries have been relocated to The Richmond Neighborhood Center headquarters at 741 30th Avenue. The pantries will continue to operate during their normal hours: Monday, […]

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COVID-19 Programming Updates

Mar 13, 2020

Here at The Richmond Neighborhood Center, our current priority is the health and well-being of our community, program participants, and staff. Below are the latest updates on the status of our program offerings. School-Based Programs The San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) has announced that all public schools will be closed for the next three […]

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Announcing the One Richmond Office

Jun 3, 2019

The Richmond Neighborhood Center and One Richmond are excited to announce the opening of the One Richmond office at 802 Clement Street! One Richmond is a community-driven initiative and neighborhood identity that brings Richmond District residents together to promote shared values of inclusivity, caring for our neighbors, taking care of our neighborhood, and supporting local […]

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Washington High School Robotics Team Competes in SF, Sacramento Regionals

Apr 3, 2019

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 […]

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Middle School Youth Visit Sacramento to Support After School Programs

Mar 27, 2019

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 […]

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High School Team Launches New Student Activity Groups

Mar 6, 2019

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 […]

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Neighborhood Center’s AJ Frigillana Honored by National AfterSchool Association

Jan 10, 2019

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 […]

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