📍 San Francisco, CA
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SEADC (formerly VYDC) was founded in 1977, in response to the new influx of Vietnamese refugee immigrants who were settling in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco, fleeing the trauma of war. The mission of the Southeast Asian Development Center is to foster a healthy, thriving and self-sufficient Southeast Asian American community. Today, VYDC serves 500 youth and adults a year. The agency has grown to deliver a spectrum of programs organized around three pillars: Youth Development, Health and Wellness, and Economic Self Sufficiency. As the community has grown, the agency has responded, and community trends are reflected in the agency’s current program offerings: The agency serves the whole Southeast Asian community, not just Vietnamese (13 staff are fluent in 4 languages); The agency now serves Southeast Asian adults, in addition to youth, in order to strengthen the capacity of the whole family to establish a basis for successful lives.
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500 Homemade masks - 1.0 help offers
500 Gloves-med - 1.0 help offers
5 Hand sanitizer-free standing
5 Hand sanitizer-touchless dispenser
1000 Hand sanitizer-portable - 1.0 help offers
50 Face shields
500 Hand sanitizer
500 Disinfecting wipes
STATUS: Accepted & coordinating
Dropoff Instructions:26 Lydia Avenue San Francisco, CA 94124
Items Southeast Asian Development Center receiving: