PARTNERS

Interested in a corporate partnership? Please call Luke Dumas: 619-487-0746.

Serving Seniors provides a variety of partnership opportunities for corporations and foundations.

Opportunities include event sponsorship, program support through grant funding, volunteering and matching gifts. We will work with you to develop a customized partnership plan that best meets your objectives.


Thanks to a grant from Bank of America that supports our Homeless Prevention Program we are able to help at-risk seniors transition from life on the streets to stable permanent housing.

Our close partnership with the West Foundation provides essential health services for seniors and ensures efficient operations of the Gary and Mary West Senior Wellness Center and Serving Seniors as a whole.

Thanks to the support from Las Patronas for our Senior Nutrition Program, we were able to purchase a new van to deliver fresh and healthy meals from our kitchen to seniors at our nine congregate dining sites.

For more than a decade, MAZON has been a supporter of our Meals Program. Because of their generous grant funding, we are able to increase public awareness of life-saving senior nutrition programs.

We are thankful for Qualcomm’s generous grant funding for Nurse Case Management Program. In addition, Qualcomm employees have been volunteering for many different projects and campaigns at Serving Seniors for more than 10 years.

SDG&E supports our Senior Nutrition Program that addresses hunger and food insecurity among low income seniors in San Diego County. We are proud to have SDG&E as a partner in our fight against hunger.

For nearly a decade, generous grant funding from Union Bank has helped us to grow our Supportive Housing program that provides safe and secure living environments where low-income seniors are thriving and maintaining independence.

Thanks to a grant from the Walmart Foundation that supports our Senior Nutrition Program, we are able to provide thousands more meals to seniors in poverty this year.

The French Fund supports our Senior Nutrition Program that addresses hunger and food insecurity among low income seniors in San Diego County. We are proud to have The French Fund as a partner in our fight against hunger.

With generous support from the S. Mark Taper Foundation, Serving Seniors has been able to expand our Affordable Housing Program, as well as our Transitional Housing Program for Homeless Seniors, which boasts a 92% success rate.

We are deeply grateful for the U.S. Bank Foundation’s support of our Transitional Housing Program for Homeless Seniors.

Thanks to the San Diego County Employees’ Charitable Organization (CECO) for purchasing 10 dollies and 10 carts for our Home-Delivered Meals Program, which serves more than 500 homebound seniors a day.