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Home Instead Senior Care® is involved in our local community through our support and partnership with the following organizations.

Alzheimer’s Association

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The Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national and local level to provide care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias. We are committed to accelerating the global progress of new treatments, preventions and ultimately, a cure. (www.alz.org/norcal/)

Curry Senior Center

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During the holidays, Home Instead supports the “Santa for Seniors” program, posting ornaments at Walgreen stores throughout San Francisco, for customers to buy a gift for a senior affiliated with Curry Senior Center has been a leader and a lifeline to seniors for more than 40 years. Right in their own neighborhood, seniors can easily access a wide range of essential services through Curry, from health care to housing and everything in between: It is comprehensive care in a single setting. (www.curryseniorcenter.org)

Hilarity for Charity 

Founded in 2012 by Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller Rogen, Hilarity for Charity ® (HFC) is a resource for the millennial generation, to help bridge the gap in understanding the landscape of Alzheimer’s disease. Today, HFC is dedicated to raising awareness, inspiring change, and accelerating progress in Alzheimer’s care, research, and support through the engagement of millennials. HFC aims to significantly improve outcomes for all family members contending with Alzheimer’s disease by 2020. (www.HilarityforCharity.org)

Italian Community Service

Italian Community Services provides Bay Area Italian-American individuals and families with trusted resources to help them live healthy, independent and productive lives. We are committed to honoring and preserving the Italian language and culture, with an emphasis on the strength and support that comes from family, community, education and goodwill. (www.italiancs.com)

Salesian Boys and Girls Club of SF

The Salesian Boys' Club was established in San Francisco in 1918 by Fr. Oreste Trincheri.  He realized that the volatile, creative Italian character of the boys that made up the area must have outlets for their energies. The Salesian Boys' Club was the answer. Energies and talents are channeled into sports, dramatics, music and discussion programs. Doctors, judges, lawyers, teachers, priests and outstanding business leaders and working men of sterling quality attest to the fine work the Salesian Boys' Club has done. These foundation stones are the Salesian Boys' Club's contribution to the San Francisco Bay Area. (www.salesianclub.org/)

San Francisco Village 

A non-profit, membership organization that connects older San Franciscans to the community, expertise and programming they need to continue living lives of purpose and promise. The SF Village Mission: To increase the physical, emotional, intellectual, social, and spiritual well-being of adults who choose to live in their own homes as they age so they can remain independent, active, and engaged in the San Francisco community. (www.sfvillage.org)





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