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A Multi-Generational Community

 

At San Francisco Village, we believe relationships across generations are life-changing.

 

Every day, we foster the connections that keep our members engaged, curious and giving back, whether by mentoring a young person, tackling the latest technology with a volunteer, or simply sharing their personal stories together.

 
Because when older adults value themselves, and are valued by the community, we all benefit, and create a better experience of aging than the one we have known before.

 

Interested in learning more? Give us a call at (415) 387-1375 or email us at info@sfvillage.org.

 

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Member Benefits

  • Expert advice and workshops to help navigate the transitions of aging
  • Transportation to/from medical appointments or the grocery store
  • Pre-screened referrals for professional services, from plumbers to home healthcare aides
  • Help around the house, and personal check-in calls or visits
  • Engaging programs: book and movie groups, meditation and yoga classes, SF walking tours and more

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Transforming Lives and Community 

 

Our fourth annual fundraiser - the Transforming Lives and Community Luncheon - is taking place on May 10, 2016. This year, we'll be honoring two remarkable San Franciscans, Lewis H. Butler and Louise Renne, who are redefining what it means to age with purpose.

 
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In the News!


Kate Hoepke talks to AARP about disrupting aging and how virtual villages can enable independence; read more here.
 
Local SF start-up Honor builds a relationship with San Francisco Village by participating in a volunteer day of service - read more about the 'secret life of Honor employees' here

If it takes a village to raise a child, it is not surprising that some wise folks among us realize that a “village” can be just as important as we age. Even a virtual village is helpful … no structures required. Read about the Village Movement here.

Ralph Beren found his identity through San Francisco Village; learn about his personal story here

The Village Movement gains momentum, and coverage on the NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams - to watch the segment, click here.

We are pleased to announce that San Francisco Village has received a $200,000 grant from the San Francisco Department of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) to continue our work helping older San Franciscans age in place in their own homes! Read our press release here.

 

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