+ Hub Staff -- Hub Director, Sarah Charley Jones + Hub Coordinator, Francine Brownell
FAQ and More
What is the Hub?
Essentially it's a new community living room...
The Dogpatch Hub is the first ever community-serving, publicly accessible neighborhood facility in Dogpatch. The Central Waterfront lacks community serving spaces, and the most rapid population growth since WWII only makes this need more acute. The Hub is a communal space with no barriers to entry. A place without any particular creed, that embraces all our cultures. Some space to meet, to talk, to sing, to be quiet, to debate, to laugh, to perform, to get to know one another, to listen.
We call this place the Dogpatch Hub
Where is the Hub located?
1278 Minnesota Street!
At the intersection of Minnesota and 24th Street--just across from Minnesota Grove and next to Philz Coffee.
We can't wait to hear from you! Be a part of the Dogpatch Hub in a small way, or a BIG one.
The Hub can:
+ Offer critical neighborhood services and much-needed programming to a community that has been historically under-served despite the benefits promised in the 2008 Eastern Neighborhood rezoning.
+ Bring together an increasingly diverse community that is on track to quintuple its population by 2025, to weave together a new community fabric.
+ Stabilize our neighborhood by supporting working families with local, quality youth programming, and in so doing help to keep them in San Francisco–a city with the lowest rate of children per capita in the U.S.
Friends of Dogpatch Hub is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization as defined by the IRS code section 501(c)(3). Non-profit number: 81-4278710. © 2023