SteppingStone Partners with San Francisco Giants for a “Senior Appreciation Night”

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Special Game to Help Raise Funds for Low-Income Seniors in the Community

SteppingStone, the largest provider of Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) services in San Francisco, has partnered with the San Francisco Giants in “Senior Appreciation Night.” In order to leverage the generosity of the SF Giants and to raise critical funds for SteppingStone’s four ADHC programs in the city, the organization is participating in a special game on June 2nd when the SF Giants take on the Colorado Rockies.

SteppingStone is asking the Bay Area business community to participate in this exciting event by purchasing partnerships that include: a luxury suite at the game or partner packages, a VIP reception, field tours and company name displayed on the jumbotron during the game. The game is going to be on June 2nd, 7:15 pm at AT&T Park.

”We do all we can to help our clients live independent and productive lives,” said SteppingStone executive director, Moli Steinert. “Thanks to the generosity of the San Francisco Giants’ organization, we have the opportunity to raise much needed funds to continue to provide the programs for our most vulnerable seniors.”

SteppingStone has spent over 25 years combating the obstacles that so many seniors and disabled adults face as they struggle to maintain independence, health, and quality of life. Founded in 1983, SteppingStone is the largest independent provider of ADHC in the city. SteppingStone is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that operates four Adult Day Health Care Centers that serve residents throughout San Francisco.

To inquire about partnership opportunities for Senior Appreciation Night with the SF Giants contact Partnership Coordinator, Audrey Dang at 415.974.6784. Or, to learn more about the event go to

About SteppingStone
SteppingStone is a San Francisco, CA-based provider of Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) services. SteppingStone helps low-income seniors and adults with health challenges to overcome the barriers to living independently by providing a cost-effective, stimulating, and comprehensive set of services that offer transportation to its four centers, health management services, physical and occupational therapies, opportunities to build and nurture relationships with others, and the caring support needed for seniors to continue to age in place, in their community of choice. Please visit to learn more.


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