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Board of Directors Storytelling Project

Board of Directors Storytelling Project

Storytelling is a part of our being, how we experience and navigate the world around us. It is one of the ways we can connect with others and how we learn empathy. As you may have noticed, here at San Francisco Village we love storytelling! For this reason, we paired...

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Amplify Your Contribution with Employer Matching Gifts!

Amplify Your Contribution with Employer Matching Gifts!

San Francisco Village is operationalizing love for elders thanks to supporters and volunteers like you! Your contribution of time, talent, and resources make our work possible. Did you know that many employers offer volunteer grants and matching gifts that will...

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Best Life Best Death Podcast

Best Life Best Death Podcast

Last week our Executive Director, Kate Hoepke, was interviewed by Diane Hullet for the podcast Best Life Best Death. Kate talks about her previous experience in community building and the path that led her to San Francisco Village. She also highlights the importance...

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San Francisco Village’s First Art Exhibition

San Francisco Village’s First Art Exhibition

It is a human longing to seek out places, people, and situations where we feel connected, accepted, and part of something bigger than ourselves. Art helps us to see our shared humanity. In this debut gallery exhibition, eight artists from the San Francisco Village...

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Introducing our 2022-2026 Strategic Plan!

Introducing our 2022-2026 Strategic Plan!

We’re excited to introduce you to the 2022-2026 Strategic Plan for San Francisco Village (SFV). A map for our organizational future and who we hope to become. It is the result of a long and vigorous journey that started just before the lockdown in early 2020. Amid...

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“There’s a pleasure I find in doing things for other people: I enjoy their company, learn new things and develop friendships as a result of my volunteer work with the Village.”

Larry Lurie,
member and volunteer since 2010