Reframing Aging San Francisco Launches Publicity Campaign to Help Create a More Inclusive City
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Screenshot from Ageism Hurts All San Franciscans. Let_s Put an end to stereotypes about aging. With images of five San Franciscans

Together with DAAS, the Metta Fund, and many dedicated people at over 30 organizations, we're excited to be part of of the publicity campaign to reframe how we talk of aging and older adults. Ageism ends with action, and there are many ways to help! 
  • Visit and take the pledge. Share it with your social networks. 
  • Like and follow the EndAgeismSF Facebook group. Tag posts with #EndAgeismSF
  • Help spread the news with posters, postcards, an outreach toolkit, and more. Fill out the partnership form to request materials
  • Download handouts with tips on what you can do to end ageism, as well as a mini style guide with research-based suggestions on how to reframe how we talk about older adults.
  • Finally, just enjoy time with older adults and recognize the strengths that endure throughout our livesReach out to older colleagues and neighbors. Call your older friends and relatives. Volunteer. Invite someone for coffee or tea. Go for a walk together.

Senior Beat Seeks to Expand with Go Fund Me Campaign

W ith just a little more funding, we will be able to expand support for the writers and  editors of the Senior Beat site.  As their headline suggests, they are "smashing stereotypes by sharing stories from San Francisco's vibrant and diverse population of older adults."  Join me in supporting this grass-roots effort to tell the stories that help us all understand the contributions older adults continue to make to our wonderful city.  
Please take a minute to show your support here .  
Jobs and Opportunities Galore 
A Knowledgeable Fan of Public Transportation?
Work with CLC to help your neighbors get where they need to go 
CLC is looking for a few good people to help others learn about and support use of the City's many transportation options.  Check out the MTA's Mobility Management site to find out more about what is available. Both paid and volunteer positions are available at a CLC. Training and support provided.  A second language definitely a plus. 
Attached is for a job description for a second paid position for the Potrero Hill and Bayview community. And we are recruiting volunteers who will receive paid training to learn how to help those in their faith community, neighborhood center, retiree group and beyond.   Email if you would like more information. 
Check Out All Current SF ReServe Opportunities 
SF ReServe has some exciting opportunities for part-time work. Do you or someone you know have experiences or transferable skills for any of the positions listed below? The SF ReServe Programs is looking for candidates.  View more information about current positions here:  

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Find out more about any of these jobs, click into the  ReServe site. To apply, fill out the Inquiry form.  For more information, contact John Edmiston,
Come to CLC to Learn More About Census Job Opportunities
A representative from the US Census will be at the CLC Office computer lab to talk about and showcas temporary jobs that will assist with the census count. Stop by to learn more on Wednesday, October 23 from Noon to 2:00 pm  at 1663 Mission Street Suite 525.  Other future times available - learn more by contacting
Ne xt OEWD Job Fair Is In Visitaci on Valley 

Jobs for the Holidays + Beyond!

Friday, October 25, 10:00 to 2:00

1099 Sunnydale Avenue in SF

     Interviews and Employment Resources

     Potential Job Offers 

     Over 20 Employers Looking to Hire

Bay Area Rapid Transit, Costco, Fanatics, Felton Institute, QuickQuack Car Wash, Safeway, See's Candies, SPIN, UPS, U.S. Census Bureau, Swissport, Target and various City Departments. 
Click here to register Flyers available in English , Spanish , Chinese Russian and  Filipino
We Can't Stay Here Without Affordable Housing Support the Housing Bond - Prop A
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Sign up to help promote the Housing Bond in your community. House signs and material available from the campaign by going to A 2/3 vote of support is needed, so sign up to help.  Get material and sign up to help at the  next DFC meeting is  
Wed., Oct. 23, 2:30 to 4:30
at ILRC, 825 Howard St. 
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 our many skills and interests to reduce isolation and end economic and other barriers to aging in our own homes and neighborhoods. Learn more.