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Chinatown CDC works with community members young and old every day to help build a stronger community in Chinatown and across San Francisco.

Picture hundreds of high school youth working together to clean up Chinatown and then seeing some of them lead a Chinatown Tour. Imagine Chinatown Alleyways being renovated and filled with art, murals, new lighting and the occasional music street fair.

Picture 700 seniors, children, youth, and single room occupancy (SRO) families all coming together every month to learn what is happening in local policies, gain leadership skills, and plan for a safer Chinatown. Picture our kids and youth doing arts and crafts with the seniors at one of our senior buildings like the International Hotel.

Picture a multicultural holiday celebration in one of our Chinatown CDC buildings like 201 Turk in the Tenderloin, or a huge Russian and Chinese Cultural kitchen at Notre Dame Apartments.

Our Program Teams--Community Planning, Organizing, Resident Services, Youth Leadership--all work together to build our communities. We envision neighborhoods that celebrate empowerment, neighborhood improvement, and positive community change.

Youth Leadership Development

Organizing and Advocacy

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Our young people are not only the future of our neighborhoods, but also key to thriving com...

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With Chinatown as our base, Chinatown CDC is committed to the empowerment of low inc...

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Resident Services

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Chinatown is a vibrant neighborhood with more than 20,000 residents. With strong community institutions...

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Chinatown CDC’s seventeen properties house over 2,000 residents in over 1,400 housing units...

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