The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department delivered holiday cheer to isolated seniors thanks to a $10,000 grant from SDSCF’s No Senior Alone initiative.
A collaboration between CBS 8, San Diego Seniors Community Foundation and Serving Seniors brought holiday well-wishes to isolated seniors at the Potiker Family Senior Residence.
A grant from San Diego Seniors Community Foundation allowed the Ramona Senior Center to bring joy to its clients with a socially-distanced drive-thru Christmas party.
SDSCF provided more than $31,000 in grants to 12 different senior centers to bring holiday cheer to isolated seniors across San Diego.
Two SDSCF grants will help isolated seniors at the Neighborhood House Association Senior Center access online programs and enjoy some holiday cheer.
Our first round of No Senior Alone grants represent the diverse needs and backgrounds of older people across San Diego County.
SDSCF selected nine grant beneficiaries to receive nearly $200,000 in combined funding for programs that help seniors stay healthy, engaged, and connected to their communities.
Weeks after launching the $1 million No Senior Alone initiative, SDSCF announced our first round of grant awards. Board member Derek Quackenbush talked to KUSI about the work our grantees are doing.
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.
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.