Move Into Action 
Dignity Fund Coalition Forum with Mayor Breed 
The Dignity Fund Coalition hosted a Forum with Mayor London Breed on  Friday, January 11, attended by over 200 Dignity Fund members and supporters at the Main Library.   Scores more watched live. Now you can watch a fully accessible version on SFGovTV.
DFC-Mayor Breed Town Hall on Seniors & People with Disabilities 2019
DFC-Mayor Breed Town Hall on Seniors & People with Disabilities 2019
More information about the event and how to be a member at the  Dignity Fund Coalition website
CLC Honored at Annual MLK Luncheon
Leaders from CLC were honored for their community work at the 35th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Luncheon at Minnie and Lovie Ward Recreation Center. The "Keeping the Dream Alive" Award, presented by the Dept. of Recreation and Parks, recognized CLC for our grocery delivery program to at risk community members and other community-based activities.  See more pictures here.
Time to Speak Your Mind About the City's Future 

Plan to attend one of these upcoming forums - in your neighborhood or anywhere that is convenient for you. Each session is from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. 

 Western Addition (District 5)

Fillmore Heritage Center
 SoMa (District 6)

Bayanihan Center
 Mission (District 9)

St. John The Evangelist  Church
 Chinatown (District 3 & 2)

Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center
 Bayview Hunters Pt (Dist.10

Dr. George W. Davis Senior Center
 Visitacion Valley (Dist.10)

Visitacion Valley Elementary School

Focus will be on   affordable housing, community development, workforce development, protecting diverse and vulnerable populations as the City changes.  They will provide food, child watch and Spanish and Cantonese interpretation at the event.  Make sure older adults and adults with disabilities are included in the City's future plans!
One More Way to Make Your Voice Heard 
San Francisco is blessed with many civic Commissions and Councils and they would be stronger and more representative if we as older adults and adults with disabilities were willing to serve. Right now, the Dignity Fund Coalition is working to provide information and answer questions to anyone interested. A particular focus is on the Aging and Adult Services Commission and the Mayor's Disability Council. If you would be interested, contact We will follow up by answering questions, providing you with the application form, and invite you to an upcoming briefing. The briefing will be Monday, February 25 from 1:00 to 2:30 at 1663 Mission St., Suite 525.

Upcoming CLC Events & Activities 
CLC Computer Lab - Something for Everyone 
Interested in preserving pictures and documents? Bring  your photos, post cards, letters and  other keepsakes and we can help you save  digital copies that  you can share,  store, and more - for free! Stop by on  Wed. Feb 13 or Feb 27 from 10:00 to Noon for free help. 
Looking for work? Get help uploading job applications and filling in online applications. 
Want to learn about the Digital Passport to Learning program?
Download a full schedule here or just search our online calendar.    Email  if you have question.
Seeking Employment? Let's Work on your Resume
ReServe's Job Hunting Workshop Series kicks off 2019 with The Interview and You! Session will be Feb. 12 from 12:00 to 1:30 at 1663 Mission Suite 525.  We'll discuss the interview experience, participants will gain tips and tricks for improving your interview skills and practice a pitch! Walk away with confidence, ready for that next interview. Please register, as lunch is included.  Registration link and more info here.  

For more information on jobs and other upcoming workshops, stop by our office at 1663 Mission or contact Alicia at 415.821.1003 x110 or email

SF ReServe February Office Hours at 1663 Mission, Suite 525:
Monday 12:00 to 4:00
Tuesday 11:30 to 4:00
Thursday 11:30 to 4:00
Friday 10:30 to 12:30 
Creating Connections 
photo by Caroline Guzman
Intergenerational Pop-Up Charms Participants
Learn what happened when 15 millennials were paired with 15 perennials (seniors) to discover what they might have in common. The event, organized by Kasley Killam and the World Global Shapers, was billed as an "Intergenerational Pop-up", hosted at Manny's community space in the Mission. 
Learn what was discovered in this latest article posted on Senior Beat. Visit this online destination that amplifies the voices and share the lives and experiences of our City's older residents.  Have ideas for a story?  Email .  
Reducing Isolation through Better Hearing 
The Network for Elders started the 2019 New Year with the Hearing Loss 101 Presentation at their monthly meeting at Dr. George W. Davis Senior Center.   CLC's Vision and Hearing Initiative Program Coordinator, Sherri Sawyer (pictured right with Network for Elders Leader Beverly Taylor) was joined by staff from the Northern California Speech and Hearing Center. They talked about the challenges of hearing loss as part of the aging process. Participants had lots of questions regarding hearing aids and other amplification devices, such as Pocketalkers and new Bluetooth technologies for hearing support.

A recent New York Times article describes two major studies that indicated the clear connection between untreated hearing loss and increased risk of dementia, depression, falls and cardiovascular diseases.
Get Involved!
CLC has volunteer opportunities - help people learn basic computer skills (and the joys of being online) or help deliver groceries to those in need. Visit CLC's Volunteer Opportunity page or  VolunteerMatch to learn more.
CLC Highlights Community Networks 
Weaving Networks with Activities and Friendship
Our Community Connector programs build networks of neighbors and friends by coordinating a range of local activities and outreach for seniors and people with disabilities
Cayuga Community Connectors
Join neighbors at 2525 Alemany Blvd on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 9:45 for Always Active exercise class. Check  Cayuga's calendar for Memoir writing, Litquake Elder writing, chair yoga, Tai Chi, dancing and so much more. Or follow their adventures on  Facebook. For more info, contact

Miraloma Park Community Connectors
Join neighbors for exercise class from 10:30am - 11:30am on Tues. and Thurs. at  480 Teresita Blvd, and Wed. from 10:30-11:30am at 350 O'Shaughnessy Blvd. Stay after for workshops and social events, like the recent information about devices to assist with hearing loss. 
Upcoming February events include: 
February 14th - Valentine party to make a card for someone special.
February 28th - Historian on Miraloma Park/Twin Peaks.  And a Diabetes Education Program will also begin January 30th (see article below). 
View Miraloma's calendar  for the times of Always Active Exercise Classes. For info, contact Darlene at

Merced Extension Community Connectors
MET Community Connectors meets 1:30pm- 2:30pm on  Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:00am-11:00am for exercise class, followed by healthy snacks. The Always Active Program is at the heart this Connector Network, as well most of our other neighborhood networks. View  Merced Extension's calendar for Always Active Senior Exercise Classes, coffee hour, and more. For info email

Inner Sunset Community Connectors 
This rapidly growing network meets at St. Anne's of the Sunset on  Mondays and Thursdays from 1:30 to 2:30 for exercise, followed by refreshments and other activities. 
Midtown Terrace Community Connectors 
Supported by funds from Supervisor Yee, this newest network is star ting to grow from hosting Always Active Exercise classes to offering workshops and social activities. Always Active exercise classes are on Wednesdays and Fridays, 1:30pm-2:30pm  at Forest Hills Christian Church. To get involved, contact , or stay tuned until next month for more details! 

Senior Power February Meeting: 
Special for Valentines Day! 
Guest speaker is Lisa Dorsey.  She will focus on seniors caring for their pets (including pets as they become more senior).
Thursday, Jan. 14 at 10:00 am
Taraval Police Station,  2345 24th Ave (& Taraval). For more information, contact Margaret Graf at

Neighborhood Leaders Nominated for NEN Awards
poster for the NEN Awards
Don't miss the 2019 NEN Awards - San Francisco's way of honoring and celebrating the work of the residents and organizations who make our city an amazing place to live. Many residents and organizations make San Francisco a greener, cleaner and more innovative place to live, work, and visit. Join the Neighborhood Empowerment Network at the San Francisco's City Hall Rotunda on February 6th from 6:00 to 9:30 to celebrate. RSVP here
More Activities  
Revolution in Transportation - Feb. 7 Forum  
After decades of little change in urban transportation, we are in the midst of a transportation revolution, from ride sharing to autonomous cars rapidly changing the way we get from point A to B.  Forum Speakers include:

Gerry Tierney, Architect and Associate Principle at Perkins + Will and Director of their Mobility Lab

Naomi Armenta, Senior Associate at Nelson/Nygaard, Specialist in Transportation for seniors and adults with disabilities.

Ian Griffiths, Director, Seamless Bay Area a non-profit advocating for a unified and world-class transportation in the Bay Area. 

Thursday, Feb.7 6:00 to 8:00 (Doors open at 5:30) at Perkins + Wills, 2 Bryant Street, #300, Fully accessible. RSVP on Eventbrite or call (510) 771-0116.  Sponsored by At Home With Growing Older .
DEEP Workshops 
Diabetes Education and Empowerment Program (DEEP) Wor kshops are starting up again. These important sessions are co-sponsored by 30th Street Senior Center/On Lok and the Department of Aging and Adult Services. 

Miraloma Community Connectors
480 Teresita Blvd (Cornerstone Church)
415-821-1003 X 117 (Darlene)
Wednesdays, Jan 30 to Feb 27. 12:00 - 2:00 pm
30th Street Senior Center (Spanish)
225-30th St
415-550-2263 ( Maria Valdez)
Tuesday, Feb 26 to Apr 2, 10 am to 12 pm
Ingleside Branch Library (English)
1298 Ocean Ave.
415-355-32898 (Nina) or 415-550-2257 (Marina)
Saturdays, Mar 2 to Apr 6, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
OMI Senior Center (Cantonese)
65 Beverly St, SF, CA 94132
415-334-5550 (Tiffany Huyuh) or 415-337-6533 (Patti Cheung)
Wednesdays, Mar 13 to Apr 17, 12:30-2:30 pm
Co-sponsored by 30th Street Senior Center/On Lok, Dept of Aging & Adult

About the Community Living Campaign

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The Community Living Campaign (CLC) works to bring community, joy,  learning, and health to seniors and people with disabilities in San Francisco.  We seek to empower older people and adults 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. Learn more.