SDSCF President & CEO Bob Kelly spoke to Authority Magazine about leadership and the lessons he’s learned from a career spanning five decades.
Bob Kelly talks to CBS 8 with tips on how San Diego seniors age 65 and older can get appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Experts in the fields of medicine, aging, healthcare and homelessness discussed the negative impacts of social isolation on seniors and what can be done to mitigate them.
San Diego Workforce Partnership’s Aging Workforce Program offers skill-building workshops and paid 150-hour “returnships” to seniors who are looking for work.
Press Release: SDSCF Announces Nearly $200,000 in Grants to Organizations Supporting Isolated Seniors Across the County
San Diego Seniors Community Foundation awarded grants to nine local nonprofits for programs that support isolated seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Wednesday, community leaders gathered in Chula Vista to announce a new initiative led by the San Diego Seniors Community Foundation to fight the harmful effects of social isolation among seniors during COVID-19.
KUSI News reported this week on San Diego Seniors Community Foundation’s recent senior center assessment, the first-ever report of its kind conducted in San Diego.
The Union-Tribune reported on San Diego Seniors Community Foundation’s inaugural senior center assessment this week, interviewing President & CEO Bob Kelly on the role these centers play in supporting older adults’ wellbeing.
San Diego Seniors Community Foundation president and CEO Bob Kelly spoke to KOGO radio last week about the growing number of seniors in our community and the lack of infrastructure to support them.
San Diego Magazine reported this week on the plight of seniors in San Diego, and how philanthropic organizations are stepping in to help.