As we welcome 2024, we wanted to reach out with a heartfelt thank you for making our “No Senior Alone For The Holidays” campaign such a success this holiday season. Thanks to your generosity and compassion, together we were able to help over 6,000 seniors across San Diego County from San Ysidro up to Oceanside and […]
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Funded by a grant from the No Senior Alone initiative, Villa Musica will share the joy of music with isolated seniors around San Diego County.
Meet Carol, Jerry, and Laura – Peninsula Shepherd Center members who received one-on-one technology training through the Connections Through Technology Program thanks to a grant from the San Diego Seniors Community Foundation.
The Challenge Center is helping older people regain their balance and strength after months isolated at home thanks to a grant from the San Diego Seniors Community Foundation.
Through a new program called Connections Through Technology, the Peninsula Shepherd Center is providing tablets and technology training to help homebound seniors stay connected to loved ones and participate in virtual programming.
Seniors at the Neighborhood House Association senior center received tablets funded by a No Senior Alone grant to help them stay connected during COVID-19
San Diego Seniors Community Foundation gave $226,794 to senior centers around the county last year, with more than $48,000 to senior centers across North County.
Seniors with disabilities and limited mobility were thrilled to return to exercise classes at the Challenge Center thanks to a grant from SDSCF’s No Senior Alone initiative.