Your contribution could mean the difference between a day spent in solitude and a day spent in laughter, learning, and companionship.
Donate today! Generous donors will match every donation dollar-for-dollar, up to an impressive $1.4M and growing!
Open the Doors to a Brighter Future
At Vivalon, we believe that community is about more than just shared spaces; it’s about shared experiences, shared learning, and shared growth. Our mission is to create a sanctuary of support and belonging for seniors, where they can thrive and lead fulfilling lives. With your help, we can open the doors to a brighter future for our community of seniors.
Vivalon Healthy Aging Campus | 999 Third Street, San Rafael, CA 94901
Located in downtown San Rafael, the Healthy Aging Campus will be open to all older adults in Marin, both those living on and off site.
Join us as we swing open the doors to a new era of compassionate care!
Scheduled to open in early 2024, our new Healthy Aging Campus signifies far more than just a structure; it stands as the pulsing heart of our shared commitment to Marin’s older adults. Your contribution doubles with our dollar-for-dollar match, accelerating our journey towards this vision of a better tomorrow! Together, we can create a future of compassionate, comprehensive care for our seniors.
It’s not just a building—it’s a community. Donate Today >
Double Your Impact
Your Support Doubles Impact! Every dollar you donate gets matched by generous donors, up to an incredible $1.4 million and counting.
We are deeply grateful to the following supporters for contributing to the matching fund:
Dennis and Susan Gilardi | Marin Community Foundation | The Nancy P. and Richard K. Robbins Family Foundation | Rosenberger Family Fund | Muriel Harris | Jerry Cahill and Kathy King | The Kenneth and Joan Gosliner Foundation | Douglas Reilly and Rose Estrada | J. Patrick and Frankie Hunt | Destino Fund | Tom and Darby Bonomi | Charles and Barbara Goodman | Bill and Linda Tichy | Allan and Sydne Bortel | Grace Hughes and Family | and Dennis Fisco and Pam Polite
Envision the Future
What does a day in the life of an elderly widow in Marin look like?
Loneliness isn’t just an emotion. It can lead to declining physical health, depression, impaired cognitive skills and substance abuse. Social isolation and loneliness have even been estimated to shorten a person’s life span by as many as 15 years.
When the doors open at the Healthy Aging Campus, Marin’s seniors will have access to vibrant services that matter to them. You can help build this future.