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Thank you to everyone who helped ensure No Senior was Alone for the holidays.

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 […]

$85,000 in grants to 26 area nonprofits this year for the holidays

The San Diego Seniors Community Foundation has given $85,000 in grants to 26 area nonprofits this year to fund holiday programs as part of its No Senior Alone program this year’s grants have helped roughly 4,000 senior citizens across San Diego County through in-person and drive-thru holiday parties, meals, gift bags, poinsettias and technology devices to connect them with loved ones.

San Diego Seniors Community Foundation Awards 26 grants to brighten seniors’ holidays

This holiday season, our gracious partners, the Sahm Family Foundation will match every donation up to $50,000 leading up to Giving Tuesday – November 30th.

Will you join us to reduce social isolation and spread holiday cheer to the thousands of older San Diegans and reach our goal of $100,000? You saw what $50,000 can do, could you imagine how many more seniors we can help by reaching our goal of $100,000?

Together we can ensure no senior is alone during the holidays.

No Senior Alone Matching Holiday Challenge

This holiday season, our gracious partners, the Sahm Family Foundation will match every donation up to $50,000 leading up to Giving Tuesday – November 30th.

Will you join us to reduce social isolation and spread holiday cheer to the thousands of older San Diegans and reach our goal of $100,000? You saw what $50,000 can do, could you imagine how many more seniors we can help by reaching our goal of $100,000?

Together we can ensure no senior is alone during the holidays.

Why Invest in Seniors

a multi-generational group of happy, smiling women

By the year 2030, 1 in 4 San Diegans will be age 60 or older. The infrastructure, services and supports necessary to help this burgeoning population age in place and maintain independence is woefully inadequate. We believe the time for solutions is now, and philanthropy will be key.