We mobilize and educate seniors and people with disabilities to fight for individual rights and social justice. Through individual support and collective action, we work together to create a city and world in which seniors and people with disabilities can live well and safely. See our video below.
Take a look at SDA’s Position Paper on Mandatory Training of IHSS Workers
WRITE ON! STORYTELLING WORKSHOPS ON DISPLACEMENT IN SOMA
Wednesday afternoons at Canon Kip Senior Center
Call Tony at 546-1333 x306 to sign up & get more info
MTA HEARING ON FREE MUNI FOR SENIORS AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES: Tuesday, April 15th, City Hall, Room 400
Get a seat at 1:00, hearing starts at 2:00
SENIOR & DISABILITY UNIVERSITY ON TRANSIT JUSTICE
Tuesdays in April (at Valencia Gardens or City Hall)
Please call Pi Ra at 546-1333 x303 for more info
HOUSING JUSTICE ACTION ON ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS
Tuesday, April 22
Call Tony at 546-1333 x306 for more info
MAY GENERAL MEETING: Thursday, May 8, 9-12, UU church at 1187 Franklin (at Geary)
Topic: STATE & LOCAL BUDGET
We mourn the loss of Carl Bloice, longtime board member of Senior and Disability Action and previously Senior Action Network. Thank you, Carl, for your many years of service and support to our organization, your insightful writing, and your many contributions to the progressive movement in San Francisco and beyond. We will miss you.
Thank you to all who give time, energy, passion, and money to SDA. These contributions are critical for helping us build a stronger movement for seniors and people with disabilities. Please consider donating $5 or $100, whatever you are able.
Please CLICK HERE to donate. You can be an SDA Sustainer and sign up for a recurring monthly donation! Donating $250 or more will make you an SDA Champion. You can also join the Howard Wallace Legacy Circle and add SDA to your will.
Thank you so much for your help.
Take a look at SDA’s article in the Western Edition newspaper!
We love you and miss you
1360 Mission Street, Suite 400
San Francisco, CA 94103
(on Mission Street between 9th and 10th Streets)
Senior and Disability Action was formed by the joining of Senior Action Network (SAN) and Planning for Elders in the Central City (PECC), with a history of working with seniors and people with disabilities for more than 40 years combined.
Check out our video on Community Organizing in the Disability Rights Movement, produced in collaboration with ILRCSF