Help Support and Honor Our Seniors
The Jewish Home & Senior Living Foundation plays a critical role in funding the San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living and its affiliated programs to help Bay Area seniors live healthier and fuller lives.
FY22 Impact report
Nurses (CNAs, LVNs, RNs) make up more than 60% of our campus staff. They are one of our most important resources and ensure that residents’ needs are met around the clock, whether 4pm or 4am.
In this highly competitive healthcare job market, nursing staff, including CNAs, are harder to find, and harder to keep. That’s why we’ve made the critical decision to increase nurses’ salaries across the board, from 10-20%, resulting in a $2.6M increase in costs. The change will help us recruit and retain the highest quality nurses so that we can continue to provide the highest quality care to all of our 400 residents.
Our nurses’ commitment to create a caring, safe, and home-like environment is critical to continuing our 150-year-old mission of enriching the lives of older adults. But they can’t do it without your help. Please consider making a gift to help us maintain the exceptional care we have been offering residents for more than a century.
SFCJL recently appointed a new Chief Development Officer, Stacey Lewis. Stacey is a longtime fundraiser and former journalist who most recently worked at Aim High, a Bay Area nonprofit that provides free summer learning and enrichment to middle school students. We are excited to have her leading our philanthropic team!
SFCJL is thrilled to announce that the Memory Care Experience Station was recognized as a Finalist in the Experimental category of Fast Company’s 2022 World Changing Ideas Awards!
The Sephardic Foundation on Aging recently awarded SFCJL a grant to support continued development of our Memory Care Experience Station.