News & Events
Chinatown Fire Victim Fund
Supervisor Aaron Peskins honors Chinatown CDC staff for their dedication to helping Chinatown Fire victims.
EAT CHINATOWN exhibit (January 20 - April 9)
EAT CHINATOWN is a photo exhibit at 41 Ross that commemorates classic Chinatown restaurants, diners and bakeries that have been operating for at least 40 years. The exhibit focuses on four well-loved restaurants: New Lun Ting Cafe (better known as Pork Chop House), Capital Restaurant, Hon’s Wun-Tun House and Eastern Bakery.
In this challenging moment in our nation's history Chinatown Community Development Center will stand with and shelter all people facing racism and xenophobia regardless of religion or immigration status. A new poster campaign captures our organization's ongoing message: "Everyone is welcome here."
Morongo Helps Feed Nearly 20,000 in San Francisco
The Morongo Band of Mission Indians donates 1,000 turkeys to fight hunger in the Bay Area for the 17th year.
Couplet Contest Winner and Top 9 Finalists
Congratulations to Carin Mui, the winner of the Central Subway Couplet Contest. Opening in 2019, the new Central Subway Chinatown Plaza will feature a large couplet measuring 9 feet by 11 ½ inches high and 1 ½ inches wide outside the entrance of the station.
The Grand Re-Opening of Tenderloin Family Housing
Thank you for joining us for the Grand Re-Opening of Tenderloin Family Housing on June 10. Over 100 supporters and friends joined us for the celebration.
Affordable Housing in San Francisco will become First Zero Net Energy Renovation of its Type
A $3 million grant awarded by the California Energy Commission will be used to renovate an existing mixed-use building in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood into a model of zero netenergy (ZNE) design.