||The Charles Schwab Foundation and their corporate giving and
educational programs, help people from all walks of life master the
basics of money management. The Foundation partners with AARP Foundation to offer
Finances 50+SM, a financial education and mentoring program for people
50 and older. Interactive classroom sessions cover budgeting, managing
credit and debt, and protecting assets. Free in-person small group
workshops and one-on-one follow-up consultations with Money Mentors are
offered in selected cities, and materials are available to anyone online
free of charge.
||Institute on Aging is a community-based, not-for-profit organization
that touches the lives of thousands of seniors in San Francisco, Marin, and the
Peninsula each year. For over 24 years, IOA's mission has been to enhance the
quality of life for adults as they age by enabling them to maintain their health,
well-being, independence, and participation in the community. IOA fulfills this
mission for a diverse community by developing and providing innovative programs
in health, social service, creative arts, spiritual support, financial planning,
education, and research.
||CitiScape Property Management Group is a full-service, CACM certified,
property management company offering proactive and professional management
services in San Francisco and the greater Bay Area. CitiScape currently manages a
portfolio representing over 5,500 residential homeowner's associations (HOAs) and
live/work condominium homes and apartments, as well as retail and commercial
properties totaling more than 500,000 sq ft., with asset management of more than
2.8 billion dollars.
||Sage ElderCare Solutions is a care management practice dedicated to
offering wise eldercare solutions. Their mission is to promote quality of care
and quality of life by providing comprehensive eldercare services to help keep
older adults as safe, independent and well as possible.
||Home Instead Senior Care provides the highest quality non-medical
in-home care and assistance to seniors in San Francisco. Services are
personalized for each client, based upon the needs of each individual and their
family. Offerings include support with all daily living activities, hospital
discharge and recovery care, personal services, respite care, Alzheimer's and hospice care, and much more.
||Seniors At Home, a division of
Jewish Family and Children's Services, helps seniors live
safer, healthier, more independent lives in their own homes. With one call, you
will have access to their comprehensive range of award-winning services, including
home care, palliative and end of life care, skilled nursing, healthcare advocacy,
care management, counseling, money management and conservatorships, spiritual
care, volunteer services, JFCS RIDES transportation service, caregiver support
and Holocaust survivor services.
||Enterprise for High School Students began in 1969 as a
volunteer-driven organization, helping a handful of students find summer jobs.
Today, Enterprise serves over 1,500 San Francisco youth residing in every zip
code in San Francisco, ages 14-18. Their mission is to engage and empower San
Francisco Bay Area youth to discover career opportunities and cultivate their
individual interests through training, guidance and employment experiences in a
diverse and supportive learning environment.
EHSS has screened and trained a large group of high school students to work with
older adults in a variety of ways, including gardening, catering, cleaning,
shopping, dog walking, etc. Call the SFV office to connect with one of these
enthusiastic students. Everyone benefits.
||The Institute for Health & Healing is one of the leading
integrative medicine centers in the country. It was created to support healing
and healthier ways of living, both for individuals and communities. The Institute
was founded in 1994 by joining three long-standing programs at California Pacific
Medical Center in San Francisco. California Pacific Medical Center is the largest
private, not-for-profit medical center in California and a Sutter Health
||The Transition Network (TTN) is a national network of resources and
support for women over 50 as they explore and experience transitions in their
professional and personal lives. The San Francisco Bay Area Chapter is one of
thirteen around the country, and includes members in San Francisco, as well as
the East, South and North Bay areas. TTN offers women the opportunity to: 1) Meet
other interesting, supportive women for networking and friendship; 2) Participate
in small peer groups, to discuss life changes and develop special interests; 3)
Attend program meetings with speakers on such topics as health and aging, sex
after fifty, and finding meaningful work or other activity; 4) Join in fun social
events, like film screenings and lunch in North Beach; and 5) Connect with the Caring
Community (East Bay only, at this time) in which TTN members provide services to
support each other through medical and other life challenges.
Special Thanks to:
First Republic Bank
San Francisco Foundation