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Serving Seniors' Chief Operating Officer Melinda Forstey was interviewed by ABC News about the effects that this would have on the lives of the low-income seniors we serve.

Anniversary year honored with client and volunteer events and an anniversary fundraising campaign of $5 million over five years.

At the age of 62, Jane lost her job. Her declining health made it impossible to work. But instead of finding comfort, she found herself living in her car.

With the hustle and bustle of the busy holiday season, it’s easy to lose sight of what really matters. You may miss the 73-year-old man in worn-out clothing, living in his car with no idea when he will have his next meal. That’s what happened to our friend Greg.

I knew I was in the right place; giving food to people in need, where everyone is thankful for the gift of a nutritious meal that I was helping serve!    

After a long career in San Diego working in the boat yards, Carl was ready to retire. For most people this is an exciting time but for him it was not...

After her daughter relocated to Washington, D.C., Joy found herself living alone for the first time in her life. Within a few months she had become completely isolated, and would often go days without speaking or interacting with anyone...

Serving Seniors and Chelsea Investment Corporation complete the Schmale Family Senior Residence - a brand new affordable housing facility for low-income seniors in Ramona, Calif. Senior residents, community partners, supporters and government officials join together to celebrate the Grand Opening!

Catherine never imagined she would be on the edge of homelessness, but that is where she found herself after an injury ended her career...

Wednesday, August 21, 2018 Supervisor Nathan Fletcher is set to visit the nonprofit Serving Seniors to present a proclamation to staff in honor of National Senior Citizens Day, serve lunch to seniors and discuss what the County of San Diego has done with its budget actions to support senior citizens. He will also be taking their questions.

Serving Seniors takes a holistic, comprehensive approach to helping San Diego’s homeless and impoverished senior population.

Serving Seniors, in partnership with Feeding San Diego, 211 and the County of San Diego hosts application in-take event for seniors to access benefits from new CalFresh expansion.

A refugee from Lebanon, Nabil moved to the U.S. in 1975 to flee his country’s civil war. In 2000, he moved to San Diego and opened his own dry cleaning business, Rosecrans Cleaners. For years the business was successful and profitable...

Like so many of our seniors, Bruce thought he was healthy until a single visit to the doctor changed everything...

Jane believed things would be better in California...

Life took Jerome all over the United States—from state to state, from job to job—but he didn’t realize it would take him to the very edge of homelessness...

John is a familiar face around Serving Seniors. John was born and raised in Michigan and moved to California to get away from the cold. He has worked in everything from factories to driving trucks. He loves to be outside and in nature...

Our CEO Paul Downey wanted to take the time to personally thank each and every one of our supporters...

September is National Senior Center Month, a time to celebrate the thousands of institutions countrywide that are like a second home to our nation’s older adults—institutions like Serving Seniors’ Gary & Mary West Senior Wellness Center...

Whether it was via a pyramid or plate diagram, most of us were taught that we should “eat the rainbow” every day in order to get the recommended daily amounts of vitamins, minerals and health benefits from our food...

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They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks; well, it’s a good thing you don’t walk on all fours! And despite the preconceived notion that older adults can’t learn new skills, science says otherwise...

Our annual gala, Experience of a Lifetime, is quickly approaching...

Our annual gala, Experience of a Lifetime, is quickly approaching...

Serving Seniors presented an Advocacy 101 webinar last week...

The 2017-2018 flu season is being described as the deadliest flu season on record in San Diego, with more than 10,300 cases and 91 deaths reported so far...

Thank you for your friendship and support throughout 2017. You made this past year better for nearly 5,000 low-income seniors right here in San Diego...