New Homes for Redwood City - St. Francis Center, CBS News Bay Area In the North Fair Oaks area near Redwood City, Sr. Christina Heltsey is taking the housing crisis on the Peninsula head on. The 67-year-old Dominican nun already runs a private elementary and middle school, a food
New residence for 48 families in need On Thursday, December 6th St. Francis Center will officially open its new residential center, La Casa de Sobrato. The St. Francis Center currently owns 135 units in North Fair Oaks and Downtown Redwood City. La Casa de Sobrato, built with $22 million in support
A NEW HOUSING OPPORTUNITY The St. Francis Center has an excellent opportunity to make a dent in the otherwise overwhelming housing crisis. We need YOUR help to purchase Casa de Sobrato, a 48-unit building in Redwood City and turn it, in perpetuity, into low-income affordable housing. We are doing what few others are:
OUR BEAUTIFUL NEW BUILDING St. Leo's is a recent addition to our collection of low-income housing properties in North Fair Oaks. Completed in spring 2017, St. Leo's provides beautiful two bedroom apartments, community living spaces, study areas for school-age children and proximity to the Siena Youth Center. As with all of
HOME SWEET HOME Our new 15-unit apartment building dedicated to very low and low income families is almost ready. It was such fun to celebrate it with the community and some of the new residents. It will be even more fun to have them move in on July 7th, 2017!
MUSIC, DANCING, EATING, & FUN Music, dancing, eating, and eating, and eating, touring, learning, loving, and community-making . . . that was what this event was about. Thanks so much to Sue Mitchell (our Chair and energy!) behind this event; you did a superb job. Thanks to everyone who pitched
A ST. FRANCIS CENTER EVENT Please join us for a relaxing afternoon of entertainment featuring the Santana Tribute Band "Caravanserai" on Sunday, June 25th, to benefit the St. Francis Center of Redwood City. Though admission is free, proceeds from all food, beverage and vendor purchases will go toward funding low income