The senior center of the future will be a central hub for a community's senior population, connecting older adults to vital resources that support healthy aging.
What is a community foundation and how is it different from other foundations? Learn how we operate, where we get funding, and how we benefit the community in this first installment of our Philanthropy 101 series.
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.
Elder abuse is a growing public health concern that will touch 1 in 10 American seniors. In San Diego, a group called the Elder Protection Council is working to combat it.
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.