The San Diego Foundation announced today that it has awarded $315,000 in grants to 11 nonprofit organizations leading local efforts to support and improve quality of life for older San Diegans.
We spoke with Misty Thompson from the La Mesa Park and Recreation Foundation to learn about their most recent age-friendly project, completed in partnership with the City of La Mesa, and funded by The San Diego Foundation.
The San Diego Foundation announced today that $200,000 in grants are available to support local efforts focused on supporting quality of life for older San Diegans.
We spoke with Joe Steward from the Office of Innovation & Economic Development with the City of Carlsbad to learn about the Age Friendly Action Plan.
We spoke with Kristi Fenick from the San Diego Parks and Recreation Department and Lori Clarke from the San Diego State University Social Policy Institute to learn about the Age Friendly San Diego initiative and development of the San Diego Action Plan for Aging.
We spoke with Christina Patch from the County of San Diego and Ethan Van Thillo with Media Arts Center San Diego to learn about the steps San Diego County is taking in its age-friendly commitment, and the new Age Friendly Film Festival.
The City of San Diego is asking for input from residents 50 and older via an online survey to help prepare for the changing needs that come with aging.
On October 8, 2019, the City of La Mesa became the latest municipality to rollout an age-friendly action plan to promote programs and policies that will strengthen the quality of life for older adults in the community.
Learn more about the City of San Diego's action plan to enhance the quality of life for older adults and people of all ages.