The Community Living Campaign empowers seniors and people with disabilities to come together, organize, and use their many skills and interests to reduce isolation and end economic and other barriers to aging in their own homes and neighborhoods. Read more.

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

We create networks to meet each community's unique needs and interests. Find out more

Computer Classes & Labs

Our Trainers offer free classes and one-on-one tutoring in English, Spanish, and Chinese. Find out more

ReServe Employment

Part time opportunities to serve local community organizations while earning an hourly stipend. Find out more

Aging in Community

We advocate to improve services and funding for seniors and people with disabilities. Find out more

Introducing SF ReServe

Over and over, we meet seniors and people with disabilities who want to find work and contribute to their communities. But many aren't sure where to look, or are hampered by ageism, ableism and other barriers. We are taking steps to change this by partnering with ReServe, a national organization founded in 2005. Register to join us on May 24 from 9:30am to 2:30pm at 1187 Franklin Street to help launch SF ReServe.

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  • Presentations by organizations ready and able to provide training and support to seniors and adults with disabilities
  • Resource tables about affordable internet access, benefits counseling, volunteer opportunities and more
  • Hands-on help to sign-up for various programs
  • FREE computer help & training in your neighborhood
  • Opportunities to share your ideas about how to better put seniors and adults with disabilities to work
  • Refreshments, Lunch, and Raffle

Norma Satten Community Service Innovation Award

Norma Satten was the first Board President of the Community Living Campaign and a tireless leader for aging with human rights and dignity. Norma gave her wisdom and generosity for more than 40 years to protect the rights of seniors and people with disabilities. She was an innovator who worked tirelessly to improve services in San Francisco. Meet Norma and learn about the committed leader who helped launch a movement in San Francisco. Watch the video »

Save the Date! Thursday, September 28, 5:30-8pm

Join us for an evening of entertainment, drinks and hors d'oevre to honor Eric Mar with the Norma Satten Community Service innovation Award at the Marine's Memorial Club in San Francisco on September 28, 2017 from 5:30pm - 8:00pm.

Every year we honor a local leader with the Norma Satten Community Service Innovation Award. Past honorees include remarkable leaders: Libby Denebeim (2012), Anni Chung (2013), Hadley Dale Hall (2014), Anne Hinton (2015), and Patrick Arbore (2016). We are pleased to announce that this year's honoree is Eric Mar, a long-time leader in advocating and increasing services for seniors and people with disabilities.

 

Help Us Do Even More

Contribute Time & Expertise

Call us at 415.821.1003 to find out about current volunteer opportunities. We offer Timebank hours through www.bace.org in exchange.

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Community Living Campaign
1360 Mission Street, Suite 400
San Francisco, CA 94103


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