Let’s Make San Francisco a Great City to Grow Older
At the Community Living Campaign, we’re working toward a San Francisco where we can all live – and thrive – in our homes and neighborhoods as we grow older.
We bring greater joy, health, and connectedness to San Francisco seniors and people with disabilities through community-building, empowerment, and advocacy.
The Community Living Campaign helps community-driven, collaborative solutions come to life while also serving as a strong voice at City Hall. We advance the ideas, talents, and energies of seniors and people with disabilities in all that we do.
Together, we can create an inclusive San Francisco where people of all ages and abilities can truly live “in community” – with all of the rich relationships and opportunities that define a good life.
Community-Building, Empowerment, and Advocacy
The Community Living Campaign brings greater joy, health, and connectedness to seniors and people with disabilities in San Francisco through community-building, empowerment, and advocacy.
Our community-building work cultivates and strengthens the friendships and supports we need to be able to age and thrive in place. Community-building is at the heart of all we do. It also strengthens our neighborhoods and the entire city! Learn more.
At the Community Living Campaign, we help build the skills and tools needed to have a good life, whether that’s learning how to prepare healthy food, use technology, find employment, or be a strong advocate for yourself and others. Learn more.
Our advocacy focuses on winning the policies, services, and supports needed to make San Francisco a diverse, compassionate, and welcoming place for all of us. We help individuals speak out and also bring together diverse coalitions to work toward a truly aging and disability-friendly city. Learn more.
The Community Living Campaign strengthens and mobilizes individuals and organizations to ensure every person’s right to live in community. Our strategy is to leverage the power of relationships to improve services and support.
Community Living Campaign is grateful to all of the funders who share our commitment to helping seniors and adults with disabilities age and thrive at home. We rely on a combination of government contracts, foundation grants, and generous donations from organizations and indviduals to fund this important work.
CLC’s Community Connector, Transportation Assistance, Home Delivered Grocery, Neighborhood Tech Connect, SF Tech Council, and SF ReServe programs serving the community are funded by the City of San Francisco’s Department of Disability and Aging Services.
Grants and donations fund about 25% of our programs. These include the Metta Fund, May and Stanley Smith Trust, United Way of the Bay Area, Kaiser Foundation, University Mount Ladies’ Home, True North Foundation, Inner Sunset Community Advocates, Comcast, and numerous individuals who donate to CLC and share their talents with us.