Louis Caditz-Peck at TNDC’s Annual Birthday Dinner
Tomiquia Moss, Anne Griffith and Lydia Ely
TNDC Executive Director Don Falk celebrated 33 years of providing safe, affordable housing and support services for low-income people in San Francisco
Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation, also known as TNDC, celebrated 33 years providing safe, affordable housing and support services for low-income people in San Francisco on May 8, 2014. The uplifting evening co-chaired by Radha Stern and Gary Maxworthy, also commemorated the first anniversary of TNDC’s Kelly Cullen Community. Kelly Cullen Community is one of three pilot programs in the United States that combine housing, social services and healthcare for chronically homeless people. By integrating affordable housing, care management and health services in one place, TNDC and its partners improve wellness for vulnerable men and women otherwise caught in a revolving door of emergency rooms, detox centers and other crisis service agencies.
Darryl Smith and Laurie Lazar, co-founders of The Luggage Store Gallery, received The Brother Kelly Cullen Community Service Award for their three decades of leadership in the San Francisco neighborhood art scene.
Scenes from TNDC’s 33rd birthday party at the Westin St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco:
Catherine Kubu, Chip Conley, Radha Stern
TNDC Board Member Ila Afsharipour with Stephanie Afsharipour and Archie Chattha
TNDC Annual Birthday Dinner Co-chairs Gary Maxworthy and Radha Stern with Michael Nguyen and American Ambassador Jim Hormel
Scott Pack and Zoe Brock
Sheryl Friesz and Kirsten Kuhlmann
John Nulty, David Seward and Michael Nulty
Grace Jin, Zachary Lopez, Wilson Song, Brittany Bates, Jackson Wong, Ben Ng, Ming Ming Liu
Photos by Drew Altizer Photography
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