San Diego Oasis' Mission Valley office will relocate to Grossmont Center, La Mesa in Spring 2017.
Two San Diego Oasis Tutors share how the program helps students improve reading and success in school while opening the doors for seniors to put their life skills to work for a younger generation.
After a fall, Leanna Clark's exercise routine keeps her feeling steady and confident in her movements. Take these important steps for staying on your feet.
“Mom set the bar pretty high for engagement and activity after retirement,” says Gilda Garcia. “She told us, ‘These are the best years of my life.’" Carmen Garcia's family honored her memory with a gift to San Antonio Oasis.
“I donate twice a year during each of the major fundraisers because I love Oasis,” says Joyce Siegel of Rockville, MD. “I see how phenomenally the programs have grown and I want this momentum to continue.”
Ricki Milne finds monthly giving a convenient way to support programs that can lead to pleasant surprises
“Every time a new catalog comes out, there are new things I want to try,” says Ricki Milne of Los Angeles. "I really appreciate all that Oasis has to offer. By giving monthly, I can give a little more."
Peter Bolland enjoys the engaged audiences at San Diego Oasis “They are buying into the work before you say
Continuing to Learn and Volunteer for Older Adults
Article by our very own Oasis member, Aaron Landau
"San Diego County's senior population will double in size in the next 15 years...San Diego Oasis programs are needed now more than ever!"