The mission of the St. Francis Living Room is to improve the quality of life for low income and homeless seniors in the Tenderloin on a daily basis. A small part-time staff, committed Board, and dedicated volunteers work to provide a safe haven for social interaction, healthy breakfast, and connection to community services such as housing, health & wellness, and clothing.
The St. Francis Living Room has been a part of the Tenderloin for over 27 years, helping to support and enrich the lives of many older adults in this neighborhood. We settled in our current location in 2000, and became an independent non-profit operation in 2006.
Serving low income and homeless individuals over the age of 60 in the Tenderloin, the Living Room provides over 15,000 nutritious breakfasts annually, as well as social, educational, and recreational activities. In addition, we collaborate with numerous organizations and agencies to provide our clients with referrals to other resources for needs including food, housing, clothing, medical, and wellness, and more.
Our Hours of Operation
Greg Moore, Executive Director
Prior to joining the Living Room staff in 2013, Greg spent 12 years as Director of Senior Programs for Shi Yu-Lang Central YMCA. He brings his experience creating and managing programs for older adults in the Tenderloin, as well as the benefit of his relationships with many other social services agencies.
Manuel Raneda, Client services Manger
Manuel joined the Living Room in March of 2017. Manuel moved to California in 2011 form Wisconsin. He is particularly interested in issues related to substance use and homelessness. He brings over 25 years of experience in for-profit business.
Cheryl Mullins, Guest Services Coordinator
Originally from Livermore, Annette enjoys working with older adults, especially in this under-served neighborhood. Annette has 3 sons “back home” in Livermore, but her 2 dogs, Coco and Pupa, keep her company here in San Francisco.
- Alanna Maldanado, Chair
- Kyle Solberg, Treasurer
- Pedro Torres, Secretary
- Doug Barnett
- Leonor Barnett
- Tom Carberry
- Peter Demarais
- Jonathan Lowell
- Mary Purdy Read
We welcome all people age or over 60, regardless of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, or disability.*
(*As a fundee of the San Francisco Department of Aging & Adult Services (DAAS), the Living Room follows the Department’s age guidelines for seniors.)
San Francisco Department of Aging & Adult Services
SCAN Health Plan
Regulatory Economics Group
St. Francis Foundation/TL HIP
Tenderloin Safe Passage