Enhancing Physical, Mental, Financial, and Social Well-Being for all seniors in San Diego
Our Current Initiatives for San Diego Seniors
Help San Diego Seniors Recover from the Floods
We’ve launched the San Diego Seniors Flood Recovery Fund: a beacon of hope for seniors battling the aftermath of the floods. Your donation will become a lifeline, ensuring no senior alone navigates this hardship.
While we understand the desire to help individuals directly, our goal is to maximize the impact of each donation. By donating to our San Diego Seniors Flood Recovery Fund, we will direct the monies to established non-profit organizations engaged in disaster response and relief; we leverage their expertise, infrastructure, and experience to efficiently distribute aid and resources to a wider range of people in need.
Help Us Send Seniors On Safari to the Safari Park
This February, the San Diego Zoo Safari Park is offering free admission to seniors ages 65 and over. However, many seniors in our community do not have access to transportation to enjoy this special opportunity. That’s why we are reaching out for support to provide bus transportation and ensure these seniors can participate in Senior Day at the Safari Park.
Your gift will provide an exciting and educational outing for seniors who otherwise may not have this chance. With your help, we hope to bus over 500 seniors from local senior centers and other communities to the Safari Park later this month.
A Looming Crisis: Why You Should Care
If we’re lucky, we will be a senior someday.
To increase awareness and action toward issues impacting seniors and to increase philanthropy to senior-focused organizations. Together, we can create a future where seniors are no longer vulnerable but vibrant.
We Need Your Help
The San Diego Senior Community Foundation (SDSCF) is working to improve the quality of life for seniors in our region through the power of philanthropy.
Areas of Focus
- Innovating & Empowering Senior Centers
- Senior Orphans – Senior Loneliness and Isolation
- Senior Homelessness Prevention
- Policy and Advocacy for Older San Diegans
- Senior’s Sense of Purpose – Volunteerism and Return to Workforce
- Elder Fraud Prevention
- Intergenerational Programs / Grandparents Raising Grandkids
Leave No Senior Alone
SDSCF is partnering with community-based organizations across San Diego County to support at-risk seniors and combat the negative effects of social isolation.
Ways to Give
By giving to SDSCF, you can be sure that your money is going to fund initiatives, programs, and infrastructure that will directly support seniors in San Diego. Help ensure that all seniors have someone they can turn to and trust.