Isolation and the lack of a support network are contributing factors that lead some older San Diegans to fall into homelessness.
Joe Gavin spoke to KUSI about the latest round of grants from SDSCF’s No Senior Alone initiative to help seniors stay healthy, engaged and connected during COVID-19.
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.
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.
On Wednesday, SDSCF announced a $1 million campaign to support isolated seniors across San Diego County during COVID-19. KUSI’s Jason Austell reported live from the scene. Watch his interview with SDSCF board member Pam Smith and Abigail Sahm of the Sahm Family Foundation.
Joe Gavin spoke to KUSI News about the new normal for local seniors in the wake of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. As older adults shelter in place, community groups and nonprofit organizations are mobilizing to help them access food, medicine and essential supplies.
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.
San Diego Seniors Community Foundation president and CEO Bob Kelly appeared on KUSI this week to discuss our recent assessment of San Diego senior centers, and the work that needs to be done to prepare our community for the major demographic change ahead.