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St Francis Center Of Redwood City

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Food, Food Banks & Pantries, Homeless & Housing, Human Services, Low-Income & Subsidized Rental Housing, Thrift Shops

Mission: St. Francis center is a nonprofit organization whose focus is on helping economically impoverished families in the redwood city area and attempts to assist such families in whatever ways will allow them to live in dignity and become self-supporting members of the community.

Programs: Provide food, clothing, shelter and other assistance to economically impoverished families. Also provides adult computer classes and grades k to 6 classes to children of poor families.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Rating: 5

St. Francis Center is a wonderful place that helps low income individuals and families in the Redwood City area.

Board Member

Rating: 5

For over 25-years, the St. Francis Center's mission has been to serve the low-income in our community with "Compassion not Judgment". I began as a volunteer in the clothing "store" at the Center over 4 years ago, where I sorted clothing, bedding and linens one morning per week along with a wonderful group of seasoned volunteers. Before long, I became more involved with the fundraising aspects and administrative end of this non-profit. I continue to be profoundly moved by the variety of FREE services that are provided by this non-denominational organization: take home food program, clothing, shower and laundry facility, rental assistance, holiday toy give-away program, low-income housing, re-homing of children's books and toys, computer classes for adult women, mother and child literacy program (Holy Family School), ESL, GED for men and women, classes to establish a business plan and budget for new businesses, community garden family plots, and immigration services. In addition, the Center opened the Siena Youth Center, a new community gym, in 2011 to provide at-risk kids with a safe place to be tutored, mentored and participate in sporting activities as a positive alternative to the ever-present influence of street-gangs where they live. This amazing, well-run non-profit is not funded by the Archdiosese, so please consider a donation in support of the Center's mission. Volunteers in the food room, clothing store, and tutors are always welcome, as well.