In partnership with the Sahm Family Foundation, SDSCF is making COVID-19 response grants to senior centers and service providers to expand programs and pilot new ways to mitigate the harmful effects of social isolation.
In this installment of our Philanthropy 101 series, we explore how nonprofit organizations can achieve long-term sustainability with the help of carefully managed endowment funds.
While a temporary payroll tax holiday may offer relief to some, a permanent cut could destabilize Social Security and Medicare, threatening the benefits of roughly 65 million older Americans.
As a stakeholder in the development of a more expansive and dynamic network of supports for older adults in our region, SDSCF submitted a policy recommendation to operationalize the Master Plan for Aging goals by investing in community senior centers.
SDSCF Chief Programs and Community Engagement Officer Joe Gavin dropped in on the "Let's Talk Caregiving" podcast to discuss how the Census affects seniors and why it's so important to participate.