More seniors than ever are isolated at home in the era of coronavirus. An abundance of local and online resources is available to help you stay healthy and engaged while social distancing.
For every person who isn’t counted in the 2020 Census, California will lose between $1,000-$2,000 per year in federal funding over the next decade. Help the seniors in your life complete the census with these tips from SDSCF and the United Way.
SDSCF convened a panel of local experts at Voice of San Diego's Politifest Housing & Transportation Summit to discuss the harsh economic reality facing seniors living in our increasingly unaffordable region.
The City of San Diego joins Chula Vista, La Mesa, and San Diego County as a member of AARP's Network of Age-Friendly Communities.
So you’ve decided you want to do something to help senior citizens in your community, but you’re not sure where to start. Here are five ways to get the ball rolling.