December 30, 2014 
In This Issue


Happy New Year! I'm proud of what we've accomplished this year and excited about what lies ahead. 


Feedback and suggestions are always welcome. You can email them to me directly at:

Give $10 by Cell - An Easy Way to Support ILRCSF 


  • Do you support the work we've done this year to keep BART accountable to the people? 
  • Have you received assistance from ILRCSF or attended any of our events? 
  • Do you believe in a San Francisco that empowers all of its citizens?

Then help us make 2015 a year that is bigger and bolder than the year that came before. Following on the heels of our big move in 2014, that's not gonna be easy! Will you join us by giving $10 today? ILRCSF is at a pivitol point of growth and your voice matters now maybe more than it ever has. We will be engaging in a strategic planning process throughout 2015 and we want you to be a part of it! In addition, the recent reauthorization of the Rehabilitation Act puts the future of the Independent Living movement on unformed ground and in our hands to be shaped. I'm asking you to get off the sidelines and get into the game - help us ensure San Francisco is accessible to all people with disabilities. 


A $10 donation by cell does more than buy office supplies, you are helping to change the world!

Text "Access" to 20222 to make a one-time $10 contribution to ILRCSF right now!

Veteran's Art Guild at ILRCSF Featured in the Examiner!


The SF Examiner featured one of ILRCSF's support groups last week! The Veteran's Art Guild has been collaborating with ILRCSF for a few years now and it was great to see them get some coverage, as well as getting to showcase some of what makes ILRCSF's new space such a hub for creative collaborations like this.


Editor's Note: This is the second in a five-part series on the state of nonprofit organizations and how they navigate a city that is experiencing a historic economic boom, housing crisis and widening income gap. 


Shout Out to the other organizations featured int he series!

The Arc

AIDS Legal Referral Panel

Real Options for City Kids

Compass Family Services



 Read the story by clicking here.



Free MUNI for Low & Moderate Income Seniors & People with Disabilities!


Tuesday, January 20th at City Hall

Rally at 11:30 at City Hall, Carlton Goodlett Steps (Polk St. side) or North Light Court if it's raining

MTA Board Meeting at 1:00 at City Hall, Room 400


San Francisco has one of the highest costs of living in the country, and the gap between the very rich and the very poor becomes more apparent every day. Seniors and people with disabilities can't afford to pay for rent, medicine, AND transportation. Free MUNI will make sure we can stay active in our community!




Organized by Senior & Disability Action and Chinatown Community Development Center. For more information, call (415)546-1333.

Senior and Disability Survival School


Senior and DisabilitySurvival School

Dates: Thursdays, January 8th and 15th

Time: 1:00-4:00pm Place: Aquatic Park Senior Center 890 Beach Street

Buslines: 19 Polk, 47 Van Ness and 30 Stockton

Contact: Theresa or Tony at SDA  546-1333



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