East Bay Foundation on Aging
The East Bay Foundation on Aging (EBFA), a supporting organization at The San Francisco Foundation, is a grantmaking partner committed to improving the lives of underserved seniors in Oakland. Founded in 2009 with the proceeds from the sale of the historic Matilda Brown Home for Elderly Women in Oakland, the East Bay Foundation on Aging seeks to improve and maintain the physical and emotional health of vulnerable older adults. Northern California’s oldest nonprofit, The Ladies’ Home Society of Oakland ran the Matilda Brown Home from 1872 to 2007. Due to financial, infrastructure, and emerging issues related to the changing demographics and needs of seniors, the Society sold the facility and created a grantmaking entity that will continue the legacy of service to seniors.
The FY 2017-18 Grantmaking Process and Priorities can be found here. Please review these prior to submitting your proposal. If you have further questions on the FY 2017-18 Application Cycle, find out more here.
In FY 2016-17, EBFA granted $422,000 to the following organizations:
|Alameda County Meals on Wheels|
|Alzheimer’s Services of the East Bay|
|Bay Area Community Services|
|Crisis Support Services of Alameda Co.|
|DayBreak Adult Care Centers|
|Family Bridges, Inc.|
|Legal Assistance for Seniors|
|LIFE ElderCare, Inc.|
|LifeLong Medical Care|
|Mercy Retirement Care Center|
|S.O.S. Meals on Wheels|
|Senior Services Coalition of Alameda County|
|St. Mary’s Center|
|United Seniors of Oakland and Alameda County|
|Vietnamese American Community Center of the East Bay|
The current board roster is as follows:
Micheal Pope, Board Chair
Lucinda Bazile, Vice Chair and Nominations Committee Lead
Susan Frohlich, Treasurer
Joann Sullivan, Secretary
Advisory Members include Margaret Sigurdson.
The trustees of EBFA meet four times annually with an annual grantee celebration in the spring of each year.
For more information, please contact: