Save the Date!
Please join us at our Annual Award Celebration, September 15 in person at UC Hastings’s Sky Deck and Colloquium Room or virtually via Zoom. After taking a break during Covid, we are back to our tradition of honoring a local leader with our Norma Satten Community Service Innovation Award. Please join us in honoring this year’s awardee, Sandy Ouye Mori, a lifelong civic leader, mentor, and advocate for social justice who has committed her life to improving the quality of life for older adults in the San Francisco’s diverse communities.
Sponsorships and Tickets
Help support Community Living Campaign as we chart a new path for what it means to age in place for thousands of San Franciscans. Sponsor will receive promotion and recognition, preferred in-person tickets and seating, and unlimited virtual tickets, There are also a limited number of in-person tickets available, We will also be offering virtual tickets to those giving at any level.
Use our online form to sign on as a sponsor, purchase in-person tickets, or make a donation. Donors at all levels will have access to the virtual program on Zoom. The deadline for program listing is September 12th. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com or 415.821.1003. Thank you in advance for your support!
Joining In Person for Sponsors and In-Person Ticket Holders
The in-person event will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 at the UC Hastings sky deck and colloquium room, a mixed indoor/outdoor space at 333 Golden Gate Avenue. To keep everyone as safe as possible, we request that anyone attending in-person bring proof of Covid vaccination/booster. Masks are strongly recommended for the indoor areas. We will reach out in early September to confirm names for indoor attendees.
If you”re unable to attend in person, we hope you can join us via Zoom from 6:00 to 7:00. We will send you a Zoom link in early September.
A Little About the Norma Satten Community Service Innovation Award
Norma gave her wisdom and generosity for more than 40 years to protect the rights of seniors and people with disabilities before her death in 2010. She was an innovator who worked tirelessly to improve services in San Francisco.
Every year we honor her legacy by presenting a local leader with the Norma Satten Community Service Innovation Award. This year, we are pleased to honor Sandy Mori, who exemplifies all of the qualities of a Satten Award Honoree. Past honorees include other remarkable leaders: Libby Denebeim (2012), Anni Chung (2013), Hadley Dale Hall (2014), Anne Hinton (2015), Patrick Arbore (2016), Eric Mar (2017), and Ashley C. McCumber (2018), and Michael Blecker (2019).
Norma Satten was the first Board President of the Community Living Campaign and a tireless leaders for aging with human rights and dignity. Norma gave her wisdom and generosity for more than 40 years to protect the rights of seniors and people with disabilities. She was an innovator who worked tirelessly to improve services in San Francisco. Meet Norma and learn about the committed leader who helped launch a movement in San Francisco. Watch the video »
2022 Event Sponsors (Partial List)
Our heartfelt thanks to the many generous event sponsors who help support CLC’s work at our last event and throughout the year. The funds that we raise each year from this event and individual donors let us meet neighborhoods’ needs right now. It lets us say yes to neighborhoods and new ideas.
2022 Legacy Sponsors
2022 Community Leaders
Dr. Anna Chodos
Curry Senior Center
Sandy and Jeff Mori
Older Women’s League
Stepping Stone Health
Valorie & Leopoldo Villlela
Art with Elders
Gay T. Kaplan
Diane S Krantz Consulting
Rhoda Goldman Plaza
SF In-Home Support Services Public Authority
Senior and Disability Action