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We all have gifts to give. Make a difference for at-risk seniors.

It starts with a meal. For many of us a meal is just a meal. But for seniors living in poverty a meal is so much more. It's an entry point to all of Serving Seniors' life-changing services.

Your one-time or monthly gift will help provide meals, housing, and vital services to the poorest seniors in our community. You can give online here or mail your gift by cash or check to:

Serving Seniors
525 14th Street, Ste. 200
San Diego, CA 92101

Make a Gift:

Planned Giving:

Whether you volunteer with us, sponsor an event or donate items on our Wish List - there are many ways to get involved all over San Diego.

In-Kind Donations:

Provide essential items to a senior in need. Check out or online Wish List for a current list of needed items. 

Collaborative Partnerships: giv4 Homelessness

Serving Seniors is a proud participant in giv4 Homelessness in San Diego, a collaborative to encourage everyone to join together to support solutions for homelessness. The giv4 homelessness fund is a collective of 12 nonprofits each addressing homelessness in San Diego in a unique way. 

Learn more today!

Double Your Impact:

Ask your employer to match your gift to Serving Seniors and double your support.

Amazon Smile:

Shop at smile.amazon.com and select Serving Seniors as your designated charity, and Amazon will make a donation to Serving Seniors with every purchase you make.  

For questions or more information about donating to Serving Seniors, contact 619-487-0701 or info@servingseniors.org

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