Cable Car Caroling
Saturday December 3, 2016
Cable Car Caroling, now a 32-year tradition in San Francisco, is a multicultural event, including Hanukkah songs and Hispanic Christmas carols. This annual fundraising songfest brings holiday cheer to isolated older adults and adults with disabilities at assisted living centers, skilled nursing facilities and individual homes across San Francisco. Last year was a sold out record-breaking success with over 500 carolers on 15 motorized cable cars reaching more than 1,000 seniors and disabled adults.
Raising more than $100,000 in 2015, Cable Car Caroling funds go to support Institute on Aging's Friendship Line, the nation’s only accredited (American Association of Suicidology) 24-hour toll-free hotline for seniors and adults with disabilities. The Friendship Line is both a crisis intervention hotline and a warm line of non-urgent calls.
Cable Car Caroling: From Generation to Generation
YOU ARE INVITED:
On December 3, 2016, we invite you to take part in the Institute on Aging’s 32nd Annual Cable Car Caroling fundraising event. Join us in supporting lonely and isolated older adults and adults with disabilities in our community. Hundreds of carolers gather at 12:30pm, and after visiting 3-4 senior homes return for a hosted dinner with wine, and a special holiday celebration with fun and prizes.
ABOUT BUSINESS SPONSORSHIPS:
By giving to this annual event, you’ll be supporting lonely, isolated seniors and adults with disabilities in our community through programs such as the Friendship Line - the only accredited, toll-free, 24-hour crisis intervention telephone line for seniors in the United States. The Friendship Line fields over 100,000 calls each year from seniors in crisis and provides assistance to those in our community who need it most. Please contact Shabana Siegel at (415) 750-4156 or by email at email@example.com.
CABLE CAR CAROLING CHALLENGE:
Take the cable car caroling challenge and help raise funds for the Friendship Line! We need your help to sustain the nation's only accredited toll-free, 24-hour crisis intervention call center for seniors. For more information go to www.ioaging.org/ccc.
If you are not already part of a designated group and would like to be seated with a specific person or group, please contact Evelyn Rosales at (415) 750-4142 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or click 'Contact the Organizer' to your right and send us a message.
When & Where
Institute on Aging
415.750.4111 | www.ioaging.org