Support SDA

SDA depends on individual donations to keep our work going! Please consider becoming a Monthly Sustainer and set up an automatic donation of $10-25 per month. Or just make a one-time donation.

You can also send a check to:
Senior and Disability Action
1360 Mission Street #400
San Francisco CA 94103

 

Join the Howard Wallace Legacy Circle!

Leave a legacy of advocacy and remember SDA in your will or estate plan. Your gift of any amount will help SDA provide vital advocacy for seniors and people with disabilities in the Bay Area well into the future. Click here for more information.

Volunteer with SDA!

We need friendly people to serve as Peer Advocates, help assemble postcards and newsletters, make phone calls, or help out in a variety of ways.

Please contact us at 415-546-1333 or info@sdaction.org if you’re interested.

If you’d like to deliver groceries or offer occasional home care to someone in need during the COVID pandemic, please join our Mutual Aid Network!

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COLE HARDWARE WILL GIVE SENIOR AND DISABILITY ACTION 10% OF YOUR PURCHASES!

SDA is a member of Cole Hardware’s School and Community Partnership program. Ask the cashier to post your purchase to Senior and Disability Action. It’s that simple! You can do this at any Cole Hardware location, either in San Francisco or Oakland.

Locations:
San Francisco: 965 Cole St.     3312 Mission St.   70 Fourth St.   2254 Polk St.
Oakland: 5533 College Ave.

Community Thrift Store

When you donate to Community Thrift Store (623 Valencia Street), you can choose Senior and Disability Action to receive the proceeds from the sale of furniture, clothing or household items. Whether you are moving or doing your annual spring cleaning, Community Thrift can put your unwanted items to good use! And, of course, you can buy great items too. Call 415.861.4910.

We don’t encourage you to use Amazon, but if you do, please go to smile.amazon.com, and choose Senior and Disability Action so that we will get a small percentage of their profits.

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