In our over 25 years of serving the Bay Area, IOA has developed and provided innovative programs in health, social service, creative arts, spiritual support, education, and research.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 29, 2011
Bring joy and cheers to seniors this holiday season by singing Christmas carols. Bay Area senior resource provider a non-profit organization, Institute on Aging will be holding their 25th Annual Cable Car Caroling on Sunday, December 4. The annual fundraiser will start at The Event Center at St. Mary’s Cathedral at 12:30pm. Free parking will be provided all day, and participants will be transported by motorized cable cars to senior homes and private residences where they will sing Christmas carols to elders.
After caroling, participants get to enjoy a warm holiday dinner and other activities at The Event Center in St. Mary's Cathedral located at 1111 Gough Street in San Francisco. Festivities include arts and crafts for kids, a silent auction and an exciting prize raffle.
“In our over 25 years of serving the Bay Area, IOA has developed and provided innovative programs in health, social service, creative arts, spiritual support, education, and research. We continually expand our knowledge, skills and resources to provide services of the highest quality,” says Janet Howell, Communications and Marketing Director for IOA.
Purchase tickets online at http://www.cablecarcaroling.org to reserve seats and for more information. Children 5 and under ride for free! Tickets for children 6-16 are only $10. Adult tickets range from $35 - $50. Raffle tickets can also be purchased online. Raffle tickets are $5 each or $20 for a book or five tickets. Ticket and raffle proceeds provide year round support for seniors throughout the Bay Area through IOA's Friendship Line.
For more information on Institute on Aging, call (415) 750-4111 ext. 227 or visit them online at http://www.ioaging.org. IOA is located at 3575 Geary Boulevard San Francisco, CA 94118.
About Institute on Aging
Bay Area senior home care provider, Institute on Aging (IOA) is a community-based non-profit organization that touches the lives of thousands throughout San Francisco, Marin and Santa Clara Counties. Their mission is to enhance the quality of life for adults as they age. IOA provides respected services intended to allow older adults and adults with disabilities to live in their own homes for as long as possible. Their services are designed around supporting both the individual and their caregiver. Their services include senior home care, adult day care, bookkeeping, and caregiver resources among others.
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