Did You Know?
The PJCC is a non-profit organization that relies upon generous donations to continue serving our community in meaningful ways. Your contributions help the PJCC provide a wide range of programs for people in every generation. Visit www.pjcc.org/donate.
Children’s Scholarship Fund
Your investment in the Children’s Scholarship Fund gives a growing number of kids the head start needed to thrive.
Other Ways to Give
There are many ways for you to contribute to the PJCC. Choose the one that’s right for you.
For more information about contributing to the PJCC, please contact:
- Phone: 650.212.PJCC (7522)
Senior Bus Fund | Senior Transportation | Get Up & Go | PJCC
For seniors who no longer drive, PJCC buses are the cure to loneliness and the gateway to a world of activity and friendship.
"I was virtually a shut–in. The JCC program has given me a wonderful social outlet. It has changed my life in a great way. I love all the staff for their kindness, their patience. The shopping and the programs are terrific and the volunteers are so sweet." - Nancy, 60, vision impaired and living alone
The Center’s growing older adult program serves hundreds of people, many of them over age 85. Buses transport them to friends, shopping centers, cultural events, religious services, volunteer jobs, the PJCC and more. Door-to-door escorts and wheelchair lifts are especially valuable to seniors with disabilities.
But expenses are rising. To continue operating three buses, paying more drivers and covering rising gas and insurance costs, the Senior Bus Fund needs more support than ever.
So please, give generously. Your gift keeps the buses rolling and the joy flowing. No one should be home alone when a richer life is just a bus ride away.
"Sharing lunchtime adds to a feeling of camaraderie. Errand day is really important to me now that I can’t renew my license because of my vision. It assures me that many of my shopping and medical transportation needs will be met. The PJCC drivers have an enviable on time record." - Laurie, 80, living alone