See you at Scottsdale’s Aging Symposium for social workers, advocates and anyone who works with senior citizens @ASUSkySong on Thursday March 8th. REGISTER NOW! Read more →
These programs require ongoing funding. You can help by making a donation online. Check presentation at the Granite Reef Senior Center in Scottsdale. DEPCOM Power donated $13,000 to fund our local food for seniors initiatives. Pictured left-to-right: Jan Nicpon, Senior Services Director at Tempe Community Action Agency (TCAA) ; Michael Herzog, Board President at Sustainable Seniors and Juliana Campbell, Board… Read more →
Donate to Sustainable Seniors today! Charitable tax credits benefiting Arizona’s working poor have increased to $800 and the deadline has been extended through Tax Day. Read more →
Tuesday March 14, 2017 from 5:00pm – 9:00pm20% of all purchases to benefit Sustainable Seniors!Print out the attached flyer or save/bookmark it to show it on your smartphone when you place your order at Portillo’sShare this Event on Facebook, on Twitter and via email… Share it on 03/14 Tuesday morning too!Bring your family and invite friends + co-workers to Portillo’s Hot DogsShow/bring your flyer… Read more →
Click the button donate now: To all our donors and friends, thank you for enabling us to help those less fortunate who need financial assistance when there are no other options. Make your 2016 tax-deductible donation here on our website to help Sustainable Seniors before year-end for 2016 tax credit purposes. Read more →
Robert James Williams Robert (Bob, Bobby, Willy) Bob was born in Chicago on July 24, 1949 and from that moment on, the world was never quite the same. After attending Wright Junior College, he joined Combined Insurance where the PMA (Positive Mental Attitude) Philosophy became his way of life. While at Combined he achieved many awards; BI Region Super Cup… Read more →
Our yearbook provides our donors, friends, corporate sponsors and community partners with a synopsis of our fundraising efforts, success stories and ways you can help. Click the cover below to view the full PDF document. Read more →
This video was produced by students of the Film & Video Production Class at Scottsdale Community College during the Spring 2016 semester. A special thanks to teacher Terence A. Donnelly and his students who created this promotional video for Sustainable Seniors.
Terence A. Donnelly is a veteran film producer who has been associated with such epic films as Midnight Cowboy, The Exorcist, The French Connection and thirty some television movies and miniseries. He was a 1998 Emmy nominee for producing Showtime's remake of 12 Angry Men. A resident of Scottsdale since 1995 he has worked at Scottsdale Community College as an adjunct faculty member for over 10 years.
Dear Sustainable Seniors, “Thank you cannot cover the gratitude I feel towards your allowing me to retain my vehicle.” I sustained a rather serious hip-knee injury which further exasperated a very serious fall on the street involving the same hip and knee from a year earlier. I was referred from the Emergency Room at Sonoran Trauma Center where I… Read more →
Desert Storage in Scottsdale, Arizona recently collaborated with Sustainable Seniors, a local non-profit organization that provides short-term financial assistance directly to senior citizens. Together, they helped a senior citizen after severe water damage in her home required extensive repairs. She was forced to move out of the house temporarily and all her belongings had to be moved out quickly. THANK YOU: Dear Scott and Matt, Thank you… Read more →