Join

We believe that our members are able to stay in charge of their lives and create their own preferred future when they have the resources, connections, support and encouragement they need. To that end, San Francisco Village offers members access to a multi-generational corps of volunteers, a professional provider network, and proactive educational and social programs.

Membership fees are $600 annually for an individual, $750 for a household, and there is a reduced fee membership of $100 for those who qualify. The majority of programs and all volunteer services are included in annual membership fees.

How to Become a Member

=

The Application Process

If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a member, the first step is to fill out a membership application. Once you’ve submitted your application, which includes basic information about yourself, as well as membership fee payment details, an SFV staff person will contact you to set up an interview.

=

In-home Interview

The final step of the membership process is an in-home interview. An SFV staff person will come to your home to meet with you for approximately one hour. This meeting allows us to get to know you better, and it also gives you the opportunity to ask questions and understand how the Village can serve your needs.

=

New Member Orientation

Once a quarter, San Francisco Village hosts a new member orientation. All new members are encouraged to attend, as are not-so-new members who have been unable to participate in the past. During the orientation, members will meet the Village staff, get acquainted with other members and learn about how to get the most out of their membership. Consider it a San Francisco Village 101!

If you are interested in receiving a membership packet, please fill out the form below or call our office at (415) 387-1375.

  • (Optional) Tell us a bit about yourself and your interest in San Francisco Village!
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
“You are so needed, by so many. You take the fear out of aging solo in San Francisco.”

Frances Gorman,
member since 2014