Posts tagged seniors
How a state 'Master Plan For Aging' could help the Tenderloin's struggling seniors [Hoodline]

As the senior population is set to grow, (with nearly 30 percent of San Franciscans expected to be age 60 or older by 2030), Governor Gavin Newsom has called for California to create a “Master Plan for Aging," in recognition of the fact that the state's over-65 population is set to double in the next decade, to 8.6 million people. Here are some details on the Master Plan which is still in the works. Read more, including insight from Curry Senior Center, via Hoodline.

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2019 Benefit for the San Francisco Senior Center, A Special Beatles Event (May 31)

On Friday, May 31, San Francisco Senior Center invite you to their Beatles-themed benefit event. Join in for an evening of favorite Beatles tunes from cover band Hard Day’s Night, food, drinks, entertainment, raffle, and live auction. Contact Frank Mitchell 415-923-4485 or fmitchell@sequoialiving.org for your Ticket To Ride!

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TLCBD is being honored at the Curry Senior Center’s 2019 Gala! Attend this fabulous event & support programs for seniors (May 10)

The Curry Senior Center Gala is fast approaching! Attend this festive evening, celebrating 47 years of providing comprehensive services to isolated, low-income and homeless seniors in the heart of the city. Get tickets to this fundraiser and “Senior Ball” themed celebration.

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Join us for Safe Streets for Seniors Day! Resource fair, giveaways, lunch & more! (April 26)

Safe Streets for Seniors Day, co-organized by the Curry Senior Center and TLCBD, will be a resource fair, along with giveaways and lunch. Find out more about the City’s programs and Safe Streets partners that are working to make the Tenderloin a safer place for seniors. Interested in joining as a participating organization? Contact us.

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San Francisco Senior Center's Downtown Location Invites you to their Grand Re-Opening & Open House

San Francisco Senior Center’s Downtown location invites you to their Grand Re-Opening! Come by for B.B.Q., raffle, tour of the space, and the opportunity to meet others who want “to keep the Tenderloin a safe, lucrative, and a caring supportive community.”

Donations of food, gift cards or products for a raffle would also be greatly appreciated. 100% of proceeds from raffle tickets will go to providing programs and activities for the center. 

RSVP by Friday, July 6th to Crystal Booth CBooth@ncphs.org

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