Good Neighbors Celebration Honors CLC Volunteers

On Saturday, CLC hosted our first even Good Neighbor Block Party to thank the many neighbors and community-members who are creating the connections seniors and people with disabilities need to age and thrive in their own neighborhoods. The event thanked neighbors connected to CLC programs across San Francisco, and also honored seven neighborhood volunteers whose […]

Strong Dignity Fund Legislation Introduced

Please join us in thanking Supervisors Malia Cohen and Eric Mar for their leadership in shepherding strong Dignity Fund legislation to introduction May 24 at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. They were joined at a press conference earlier in the day by Supervisor Campos and leaders of the Dignity Fund Coalition. Supervisors Yee and […]

A Thousand Turkeys Fly to Good Homes

Thanks to the generosity of Glide’s Food Program and scores of caring volunteers, 1000 turkeys were delivered to those who could use this holiday blessing. Over 35 organizations came together to help each other deliver turkeys and “fixings” along with information and other special gifts. See more pictures from the OMI, Parkmerced and Bayview Delivery Team. […]

New Video – See What We’ve Been Up To

Thanks to Tree Ring Productions, we have a cool new video that is a preview of things to come – if we can all help raise the money. This is our first try at being part of a crowd funding project, which is a great way to use the internet to get many people to […]

Seniors Step Up As Agents for Change

For the past two years, the SCAN Foundation provided funding to several California senior-serving organizations to explore ways to move participants and volunteers into action.  They also funded the California Association for Retired Americans (CARA), in partnership with the Community Living Campaign, to provide training and on-going technical assistance.  The Agents for Change interviewed in the […]

Seeds of Hope Grow Here

When the Community Living Campaign first began, we  looked for ways to talk with people in neighborhoods across the City.  To start, we needed places that were free (because we were just starting out), physically accessible, and inviting.  So where did we begin?  In the City’s lovely community gardens.   CLC Special Projects Coordinator Judy […]