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’ll work with you to develop a customized partnership plan that best meets your objectives.

FEATURED PARTNER






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


Bank of America supports our Senior Nutrition Program, which addresses hunger and food insecurity among low-income seniors in San Diego County.

We’re thankful for Qualcomm’s generous grant funding, hundreds of volunteer hours and 10+ years of support.

With SDG&E’s support of our Transitional Housing Program for Homeless Seniors, we’re able to help homeless seniors move from life on the streets to stable, permanent housing.

For nearly a decade, generous grant funding from Union Bank has helped us grow our Supportive Housing program, which provides safe, affordable living for low-income seniors.

The French Fund supports our Senior Nutrition Program, which addresses hunger and food insecurity among low-income seniors in San Diego County.

SCAN Health Plan’s loyal support of our Emergency Assistance Fund enables us to provide clothing, medical supplies, beds and other emergency support to poverty-stricken seniors in dire need.

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

Thank you to the San Diego County Employees’ Charitable Organization (CECO) for purchasing four new tables for our Wellness Center!

We’re thankful for Price Philanthropies’ generous support.

Sempra Energy Foundation supports our Senior Nutrition Program, which addresses hunger and food insecurity among low-income seniors in San Diego County.

Thanks to a grant from the Roy E. Crummer Foundation that supports our Transitional Housing Program for Homeless Seniors, we’re able to help homeless seniors transition from life on the streets to stable, permanent housing.

We’re thankful for Allianz Global Investors’ generous support.

Solar Turbines employees generously elected to make Serving Seniors a recipient of employee holiday donations, providing hundreds of meals and brightening the season for low-income seniors in San Diego.

Walmart’s Oceanside and Dennery Road locations support our Senior Nutrition Program, which addresses hunger and food insecurity among low-income seniors in San Diego County.

We’re grateful for Sycuan Casino’s generous sponsorship of the Experience of a Lifetime Gala and donation of a weekend vacation package for the live auction.

We’re grateful for Hyder Property Management Group’s sponsorship of our Experience of a Lifetime Gala, which directly supports our services for nearly 5,000 low-income seniors every year.

We’re grateful for Valley Services’ longstanding partnership and support of our Experience of a Lifetime Gala, which directly supports our services for nearly 5,000 low-income seniors every year.

We’re grateful for Chelsea Investment Corporation’s sponsorship of our Experience of a Lifetime Gala, which directly supports our services for nearly 5,000 low-income seniors every year.

We’re grateful for Procopio’s sponsorship of our Experience of a Lifetime Gala, which directly supports our services for nearly 5,000 low-income seniors every year.

We’re grateful for L’CHAIM Magazine’s sponsorship of our Experience of a Lifetime Gala, which directly supports our services for nearly 5,000 low-income seniors every year.

We’re deeply grateful for Wells Fargo Foundation’s support of our Transitional Housing Program for Homeless Seniors.

We’re grateful for Ranch & Coast Magazine’s sponsorship of our Experience of a Lifetime Gala, which directly supports our services for nearly 5,000 low-income seniors every year.

We’re grateful for Local Umbrella Media’s sponsorship of our Experience of a Lifetime Gala, which directly supports our services for nearly 5,000 low-income seniors every year.

We’re grateful for Pacific Western Bank’s support of our Experience of a Lifetime Gala, which directly supports our services for nearly 5,000 low-income seniors every year.

Each year, Mothers and Daughters Club Assisting Philanthropies (MADCAPS) engages in direct service in support of established San Diego nonprofits. We are proud to have been supported by MADCAPS every year since 2014.

Grainger Foundation supports our Senior Nutrition Program, which addresses hunger and food insecurity among low-income seniors in San Diego County.

Maurice J. Masserini Trust supports our Senior Nutrition Program, which addresses hunger and food insecurity among low-income seniors in San Diego County.

Pratt Memorial Fund Senior Nutrition Program, which addresses hunger and food insecurity among low-income seniors in San Diego County.

With Albertsons Companies Foundation’s support of our Transitional Housing Program for Homeless Seniors, we’re able to help homeless seniors move from life on the streets to stable, permanent housing.

We are grateful for The San Diego Foundation’s support of our Senior Leadership Development Institute program.

“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” We are deeply grateful for the Dr. Seuss Foundation for making life better for low-income seniors with their generous grant.